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I need an alternative software of Remastersys since it's not working in my system (Ubuntu 12.04)
I want software just like remastersys i mean i dont want to install any new packages i just want a software that makes an iso of my current system without any added package.

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U can try Ubuntu-builder code.google.com/p/ubuntu-builder –  blade19899 Sep 18 '12 at 11:00
    
UCK, NOVO builder –  Juzer Ali Sep 18 '12 at 11:04
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Relinux, reconstructor,ubuntu builder &uck –  Tachyons Sep 18 '12 at 11:05

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Relinux is the best software to use instead of Remastersys.
Here is a great tutorial how to use.
Download the latest version from launchpad

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The image created with Relinux can under no circumstances be greater than 4 GB, this is often the bottleneck to use Relinux. –  i08in Mar 17 at 11:43

Ubuntu Builder is a simple tool to build your own distribution. It allows to download, extract, customize in many ways and rebuild your ubuntu images. You can customize i386 and amd64 images

you can install ubuntu-builde via it code.google site or via ppa

Run these commands in gnome-terminal, to install via ppa

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:f-muriana/ubuntu-builder
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-builder

see
What are PPAs and how do I use them?

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Ubuntu-builder needs to download packages again and you'll not use the already founded ones in your system so its a bad choice of Remastersys but its great tool (which i tried before) to build from zero –  user61928 Oct 12 '12 at 14:38

System Imager is a fork of Remastersys. The latter is not being developed anymore.

From System Imager's website:

System Imager is a tool that images your running system and allows you to make a image of your running machine and install it on another. System Imager is based on the work of Remastersys.

It has been released under the GNU GPLv2 and the source code is available from the developers in Sourceforge.net

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