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How do I remaster a Ubuntu cd into a Ubuntu cd with only Gnome Shell?
I was wondering if this was possible and easy to do. I want to take my Ubuntu 11.10 64bit Cd and remaster it so that it will instead be a Gnome3 live Cd that I can install later install Gnome Shell ...
Jan 3 '12 at 7:13
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