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I would like to install codecs and all the restricted media jazz for all my non internet connected Ubuntu users who would like to upgrade. How can I best do this?

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You can download all needed codecs and give them on the cd or you can customize Ubuntu CD with UCK. – us3r May 16 '12 at 5:45

Ubuntu Customization Kit


UCK is a tool that helps you customizing official Ubuntu Live CDs (including Kubuntu/Xubuntu and Edubuntu) to your needs. You can add any package to the live system like, for example, language packs, applications, etc.


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


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Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. – Christopher Kyle Horton May 17 '12 at 4:41

Try AptOnCD, it's available in the Software Center.

Install via the software center

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