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I want to create a DVD boot can setup like Edubuntu boot. This is the second time I have installed Edubuntu on my pc, but every time I install, I have to upgrade all packages and language. (Almost 400 - 500 Mb). Is it possible to make a bootable DVD of my current installation so that I don't have to upgrade all the packages next time? (It can use for USD boot too)

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You can use a program called Remastersys ive used it several times and works like a champ. You can back up an entire system, including user data, to an installable Live CD/DVD or Create a customized Live CD/DVD (a remaster) of Debian or Ubuntu and its derivatives.

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You can do this with Ubuntu Customization Kit.

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