do Precise has an alternative for remastersys?

Milton milton at
Sun May 20 20:30:55 UTC 2012

Thanks a lot for helping me out. I found:
It works as before with Orca!
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "bando?ers" <burt1iband at>
To: "Milton" <milton at>
Sent: Saturday, May 19, 2012 10:47 PM
Subject: Re: do Precise has an alternative for remastersys?

> I'm waiting for  the new Vinux based on precise to come out before trying 
> our new LTS, or at least I'll wait a little while; so I've been learning a 
> bit about what is and isn't possible from this list and some other 
> reading.
> One of the things that won me over to Ubuntu/Linux in the beginning was 
> the ease of backing up and making custom bootable USB-pendrives and 
> live-CD's.
> I know that the remastersys dev seems to be less than enthusiastic 
> regarding this program of late. (of late means more than a year actually) 
> Why is the question. Is the software fragile, bugs just waiting to pop out 
> with any changes and updates, or does he just not have the time to give to 
> proper maintenence, (with out more compensation anyway), or is there some 
> issue with the latest Debian/Ubuntu releases that complicates things? 
> Last I heard he was indicating the second, but who knows.
> AnywayI hope remastersys dev resumes, &/or some other similarly usable 
> program is available. Abnd of course we need this program to be 
> accessible.
> I can't believe there's nothing in precise to take remastersys's place. 
> Have you Googled for this, or checked Precise's release notes, change-log 
> and similar documentation?
> I'm going to do a quick search , but don't have much time right now. I'll 
> let you know if I find anything I'll let you know, and please do the same 
> for me.
> --
> B.H.
> On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 10:26:24PM +0200, Milton wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> In Natty I used Remastersys with Orca but I could not find this in 
>> Precise Unity 2D. Is there an alternative that is accessible with Orca? I 
>> notice the application to create a start up disc which is not accissible 
>> with Orca.
>> Milton
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