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Reddit: make a live .iso out of my own installation

Tuesday 5th of May 2015 07:47:29 PM

Hi /r/linux!

is it possible to create a .iso that will install and give me the system i have now again whenever i installl? I don't mind complex installation.

Any ideas?

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TuxMachines: Mark Shuttleworth Says Microsoft Didn't Copy Convergence Idea, Ubuntu Will Be First

Tuesday 5th of May 2015 07:45:35 PM

Mark Shuttleworth talked about Ubuntu convergence and he also happened to mention the fact that Microsoft is trying to do something similar to Windows, but he said that the companies just had the same idea, at the same time.

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TuxMachines: Ubuntu Devs and Users Talk About Windows with Buttons on the Wrong Side

Tuesday 5th of May 2015 07:41:58 PM

The Ubuntu community is having a vivacious discussion regarding the placement of the window buttons on the left side. From the looks of it, some users would prefer to have the option of moving the buttons to the right side.

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Phoronix: Deb-Based Ubuntu Will Continue To Be Offered For The Foreseeable Future

Tuesday 5th of May 2015 07:41:48 PM
While there's work on getting a Snappy version of Ubuntu's Desktop-Nex in time for the Ubuntu 15.10 release in October, Debian based packages of Ubuntu Linux will continue to be offered for the foreseeable future...

TuxMachines: Tiny UAV-oriented i.MX6 SBC has HDMI in and out

Tuesday 5th of May 2015 07:26:28 PM

Gateworks unveiled a tiny, UAV-oriented SBC that runs Linux or Android on an i.MX6 SoC, and offers HDMI in/out, USB, serial, GPIO, CAN, mini-PCIe, and more.

Like other Gateworks Ventana boards, such as the recent Ventana GW5200, the tiny “Ventana GW5510″ runs Linux or Android on a Cortex-A9-based Freescale i.MX6 SoC clocked to 800MHz, and offers a wide-range power supply and -40 to 85°C temperature support. Other Ventana-like features include a programmable pushbutton switch, as well as programmable board shut-down and wake-up for remote sensor applications.

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Phoronix: Linux Game Publishing Remains Down For The Count

Tuesday 5th of May 2015 07:22:03 PM
This week marks one year since Linux Game Publishing vanished from the Internet...

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Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition to Launch in Europe Soon, but Not for Everyone

Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition is coming to Europe soon, but it would be available for everyone straight away. The latest Ubuntu insider event provided some more information about the impending launch. Read more