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I would like to know how I can install Ubuntu 11.10 + Unity without any other application production like Libre Office, FireFox and so on... Thanks in advance for your reply!

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You could create a customized LiveCD. Try Ubuntu Customization Kit:

  • Create bootable LiveCD with predefined languages based on original Ubuntu/Kubuntu live CD using wizard with GUI
  • Build live CD with special features using scripts. It is possible to customize root filesystem (for example install/remove packages), ISO contents (add/remove docs, change names) and initrd (add modules to boot, change boot sequence)

Another solution seems to be Reconstructor.

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Try ubuntu minimal iso it may the smallest possible desktop you can add essential packages into it via uck

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