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Old 16th May 2012, 01:59 AM
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Anyone used relinux with Fedora16?

Hi everyone!

Just a quick question to see if anyone had used relinux with Fedora 16, and if so, how well it works.

I've set up a computer I'd like to turn into a flash drive (live boot) and carry with me so as to have all my software and such.

I occasionally do this with Ubuntu using Remastersys, but I'd like to be able to do it with Fedora, and at first blush, it seems like relinux will do it, but I was hoping for testaments or warnings before I jump in head-first. If there's a better way, PLEASE don't be afraid to mention it. = )

Cheers!

Note: To be clear- I DO want a system that keeps user data and settings when it creates an ISO file. Think of it as a backup live ISO of the system.

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