Find yourself making the same customisations over and over again every time you install a Linux system? Revisor, a free distribution customizer, lets you pick the packages and tweaks you want to see kept in, then compiles and compresses it all into a CD, DVD, or USB-friendly ISO image for you to install or live-boot with. PC Plus has a step-by-step guide to using Revisor on Fedora, but you can compile nearly any type of desktop with this tool. [PC Plus]
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