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Note that you can't modify an ISO image: this filesystem is designed to be read-only. You'll have to extract the image, modify the files, then build a new image. I'm sure there's software to do that on Windows, but I don't know which. You can try manipulating the files with the Cygwin utilities. An initrd is a filesystem image, typically ext2, for which ...


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You want to create a custom installer that installs a different set of packages. The following information pertains to the Debian installer (known as d-i). Ubuntu is a derivative of Debian and also uses d-i, plus it also supports another installer called Ubiquity, which can be automated in a different way. For more information see this FAQ. I am not ...



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