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Ubuntu Builder a simple tool to build your own Ubuntu based distribution.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

ubuntubuilder_logoUbuntu 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 Builder by downloading the latest version package and installing it with gdebi, ubuntu software center or dpkg. You can also use the subversion repository.

Version 2.2 released:
    Bugfix: the ‘Clean workpath’ button doesn’t delete all the workpath
    Added Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin support
    New GUI and icons
    Removed Maverick Meerkat support
    Starts program as superuser
    You can set four new languages as default
    Read a log file
    A brand new html user manual
    Various changes and bugfixes

To install Ubuntu Builder 2.0.1 run the following commands:

Double click on it and finish installation.


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