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I installed Ubuntu 12.04, Java, PostgreSQL and some other applications on a desktop. I need the same things installed on other machines with the same hardware configuration but I don't want to ghost the entire system I want a LiveUSB installer.

Are there any applications available for converting a live system configuration into an Live installer?

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You can have a look at Remastersys.

Although its development is no longer taking place, you can still download it from here and install the deb file using dpkg.

sudo dpkg -i <filename>.deb

It can be used to create custom bootable ISOs (LiveCD) which can be customised according to the user's preference in terms of the packages installed, themes, etc.

For a tutorial, you can visit this page.

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  • Hi I need installed application on ubuntu but no home folder and no user name if i boot iso means it have to ask new user name password like wise new install but it must contains all existing application please give me a procedure to do this – user299362 Dec 8 '14 at 6:16
  • In remastersys, select the Dist option if you want to create a livecd with your existing applications. – Rohith Madhavan Dec 8 '14 at 6:20

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