I have a Debian (Wheezy) system that I have configured by installing/removing packages and editing some conf files.
I would like to distribute an (almost) exact replica of my system to others programmer on my team. My first instinct is to create an iso but I'm willing to listen to other suggestions.
What's the easiest way to create an installable image of my system to replicate across several computers?
Answers I'm looking for
On one hand, I would like to know if there're apps that do this automatically, but I think it'd be more interesting to have a step-by-step explanation on how to do this using native Unix tools (cp? dd? cat? fdisk?)
Making the iso bootable as LiveCD would be cool addition, but isn't really an important step.
Bonus points if the solution is not limited to Debian only.
What I found so far
- remastersys claims to do this, but it looks a bit outdated and unmaintained.