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Old 2nd August 2008
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Default Remastersys FreeBSD equivalent?

Im trying to build my own "distro" of PCBSD for the office since I need to setup multiple computers in a small computers. In the Ubuntu community they have Remastersys and I was wonderin' if there is BSD equivalent?
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Remastersys is definitely aimed at "Klikit" and Ubuntu, according to their project page.

Although I haven't used it myself, there is a sysutils/livecd port that you can use for this purpose. This might require a little more research and CLI work than the pretty Remastersys app...
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thanks for the info!

Sounds like a good starting point.
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