[ubuntu-uk] Live flash disk image installing extra packages

Simon Greenwood sfgreenwood at gmail.com
Thu May 17 15:25:26 UTC 2012

On 17 May 2012 16:15, paul sutton <zleap at zleap.net> wrote:

> Hi
> If I boot a live session using a flash disk,  and install software,
> for future use, if I then install from that flash disk will it install
> the additional software i have installed at the same time,  I amn asking
> as my local youth centre has really locked down internet and I want to
> try and install ubuntu / lubuntu along with some extra stuff such as
> ruby,  python, python-pygame, scratch etc, from a live session type
> install without having to worry about installing after wards through a
> filtered connection as this will fail (tried it it blocks stuff) so boot
> live session - install and job done all additional stuff installed.
> just then a case of reboot and put things were they are needed.
> Or should i be using ubuntu / lubuntu studio for this,  ?
There are a couple of ways I can think of: you could use dpkg to get a copy
of your package list, and install it with a script like this:

or if it's something very custom, build a boot image using remastersys and
unetbootin as here:

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