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    How to create an iso with current system configuration?

    I am using kali amd64,succeded on creating binary.hybrid.iso ,but i want the iso to include all programms(chromium,audacity....) with current settings,and also system & gnome settings,how to add those packages and those settings from my system? please help.

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    improvising instruction from the documentation
    dd if=<X> of=<Y> bs=<Z>
    X= your mounted kali ie: /dev/sdb
    Y= new partition ie: /dev/sdc
    Z= block sector ie: 512k

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    you also may have UEFI boot enabled if so look here
    Smile while you can for in the future there my be nothing to smile about.
    申し訳ありませんが、これは翻訳することができませんでした。

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    Quote Originally Posted by ristosa View Post
    I am using kali amd64,succeded on creating binary.hybrid.iso ,but i want the iso to include all programms(chromium,audacity....) with current settings,and also system & gnome settings,how to add those packages and those settings from my system? please help.
    install rfracta-snapshot and refracta-installer then backup your whole system inculding all drivers. softwares even configuration, just like remastersys.
    download files from here
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/refracta/files/tools/

    hope it helps, i have made my custom OS's using refracta.
    Regards J0K3R

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    Quote Originally Posted by J0K3R-BHS View Post
    install rfracta-snapshot and refracta-installer then backup your whole system inculding all drivers. softwares even configuration, just like remastersys.
    download files from here
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/refracta/files/tools/

    hope it helps, i have made my custom OS's using refracta.
    Regards J0K3R
    Thank you J0K3R, this is an excellent solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thinker View Post
    Thank you J0K3R, this is an excellent solution.
    u r welcome mate

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