Me and Linux have had an on & off relationship for quite a while. Like all penniless people, my broadband bandwidth is small, and thus, updating the distro becomes a pain.
Luckily, I found this –
Simply put, its a bash script to copy your current Linux installation into an iso. While that may sound boring, believe me, it’s a godsend. Just run the script after you are satisfied with your current Ubuntu installation (that includes all recent updates, third party apps and settings).
– No more updates after each new fresh install. Update your distro and save it as an iso and save the time later on.
– Have a ready .iso backup. That’s useful if you wish to make a bootable pen drive or install in a virtual machine.
1. Download the ‘.sh’ and ‘.config’ files.
2. Mark the .sh as executable (Properties->Permissions->Execute check)
3. Run the .sh script in root (sudo).
Congratulations! You just saved yourself a shit-ton of configuration and after-installation hassles in the future.