Hello fellow Ubuntu users,
I am currently creating my own Ubuntu distro using the Ubuntu customization Kit and everything is going pretty smoothly so far other than a couple minor set backs.
I have created my own Iso and what I need to do is strip most software from the image, except for a browser. Now I have researched minimal ubuntu/linux images but most of them don't work with the customization kit or I can't get the remastering to work correctly. So I have ended up starting to remove all the unwanted applications and I was wondering if anyone out there has a script that strips the Image of almost all applications other than key software and the Mozilla browser. Even possibly not allow the user to navigate the options menu or file system.
One of the things I am mostly trying to do is get this image down to about less than 600mb of space you I can put it on a CD and have it boot straight to the desktop on the live cd.
So more or less what I am asking for is a script to just remove a lot of the software from the image, if this exists, where can I find it because it would make life a lot easier. Otherwise I will continue writing down all the software and starting removing it from the Iso before creation.
Thank you for taking the time to read this (I know its a block of text) and I look forward to some responses.