Ubuntu Customization Kit is a tool that helps you to customize official Ubuntu Live CDs (including Kubuntu/Xubuntu and Edubuntu) to your needs. You can add any package to the live system, including language packs and applications.
|Tags||Operating Systems Linux Distributions|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Unix Shell bash|
Release Notes: Brasero-style checksum support was added. Bugs with virtual packages for language packs were solved. A workaround was implemented for Portuguese (pt_PT) language management. The GUI now uses kdialog, zenity, dialog, or builtin (in that order) if available.
Release Notes: Splash notes were updated. A new configuration screen was added to allow selecting which languages will be available on the livecd boot splash (gfxboot). The default gfxboot language can be chosen only between the gfxboot available languages (easier selection). Default gfxboot language selection was made mandatory. A workaround for the chrooted gnome-terminal was implemented.
Release Notes: The ISO MIME type check was removed. A bug with CD language selection was solved. lz initrd support was added. A new isolinux configuration format is now supported. If a local copy of gfxboot-theme-ubuntu is found inside ~/tmp, it won't be downloaded from bzr, allowing better customizations. The gfxboot-theme-ubuntu source download routine was completely rewritten using wget instead of bzr.
Release Notes: A workaround for right ISO format detection was added. The list of languages was updated to karmic. dbus-uuidgen support was moved to uck-remaster-chroot-rootfs. A bug with xauth files was solved. The whole /tmp is now bound inside the remaster-root.
Release Notes: every uck-* binary file now has a man page (docs/man). There is no need to remove the debian/ directory from the upstream tarball. uck-* binaries have been moved from /usr/share/uck to /usr/bin.