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  1. SuperAdventureHunter

    Extraction of source code of an ISO [SOLVED]

    Hello everyone! I’m creating a distro with a program called Respin, which is a remastersys derivative. This only allows you to build an ISO from an existing Debian installation. However I would like to stay true to the GNU/Linux way by including source. I also believe a GPL license and some...
  2. SuperAdventureHunter

    What can and can't Linux Respin Do?

    Hello Linux enthusiasts! Recently I stumbled upon a tool that would let you back up an existing Linux Installation from either Debian or Ubuntu. It is also a fork of remastersys, which has now been deprecated. I thought to myself that I'd love to casually create my own distribution for fun...
  3. L

    How to create Linux USB from ISO in OSX High Sierra?

    Hi, I was struggling to get Rufus to work reliably on Windows 10. It glitched out and made the USB stick unreadable. I then put the USB in my TV and it conveniently reformatted it. It's a bit worrying that Windows 10 could not recover the USB stick. So I thought I'd try to create a USB on my...
  4. R

    Linux no boot after install!

    Hello. I have the motherboard out of an Acer Aspire One Cloudbook I am using for an HTPC. Celeron N3060 2gb LP DDR3 32gb EMMC This system originally had Windows 10 which ran slowly for obvious reasons. I installed Lubuntu which ran fabulously. I wanted to play around with android X86, and I...
  5. Jarret B

    ISO File Manipulation

    The ISO file is a standard (ISO-9660) to store data on optical media. In some cases the image is an exact duplicate of a disk. The data being saved can not only include the files themselves, but the folder structure, attributes of the files and boot information. ISO files usually contain a...
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