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Hi last week I installed ubuntu 12.10 on my laptop and Today I have my system more or less configure as I like. I would like to know how can I create an image of the system that can use to install ubuntu in another computer as it currently have it in my laptop.

I don't want to re-install everything again just wanna boot from cd and get my ubuntu installed as it is in my laptop. What do you think is the best way to do that?

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possible duplicate of… – Ankit Jan 12 '13 at 19:51

You can create a customised Live CD with this guide. As it said Ubuntu Customization Kit is an easier way to customise the Live CD.

If you really want to create a Live CD from what you are using, you can follow this guide.

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