"It's also very useful for a more experienced system
administrator who has to apply an identical, pre-seeded
configuration to a large number of machines. In the following
example, we're going to take a look at creating a 64-bit Ubuntu
Hardy desktop distro with additional educational packages from
Edubuntu and support for Japanese -- just because we can.
"To create your custom distro, click on the Designer link on the
Instalinux homepage and select your base distro. You currently have
a choice of CentOS 4 or 5, Debian Etch, Fedora up to version 8,
OpenSUSE up to 10.3, Scientific Linux up to 5.0, SUSE 9.3 or Ubuntu
up to Hardy Heron.
"All base distros are available in both 32-bit and 64-bit
Intel/AMD versions. Apart from these considerations, your only
other option on the first page of the System Designer is to set the
hostname, or set the target machine to grab a hostname via