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Most of what I've found on this involves changing install discs - which I don't really need. I just want to install a handful of extra packages and maybe some helpful scripts onto the Fedora rescue image and burn it to a disc for me and my boss to use when we image or tinker with computers (our imaging process is over NFS).

Is there a good straightforward process to this or am I looking at rolling my own whole setup?

Thanks for any input!

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There is extensive documentation on building Fedora live CDs. The rescue functionality is built-in to them, IIRC.

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