Great news coming for our beloved project for Ubuntu ISOs remastering, today, working with Wolf (a talented programmer from UCK dev team) we created the UCK’s PPA so everyone could have the latest updated releases with ease.
So go on and type:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:uck-team/uck-stable
and you’re done :-)
Actually we opened another PPA, that’s for brave people who want to test absolutely UNSTABLE snapshots of UCK, it’s names uck-unstable (same command as above but with “uck-unstable” instead of “uck-stable”). I’m not going to write the full add-apt-repository command for the unstable PPA to avoind some copy&paste troubles :-)
Hello everybody, I finally take a bit of time to experiment generating a 64bit ISO image, I have no 64bit hardware so I used an Amazon EC2 instance (that was pretty cool!) to do the job so here you have, the Ubuntu Mini Remix has a new release ready for you to download, be sure to check it out!
A new release is out today full of nice fixes and small improvements!
* Backend: * Brasero style checksums support was added (#575825) * bugs with virtual packages for languages packs were solved (#580578, #525635) * workarout for portuguese (pt_PT) language management was implemented (#582200) * GUI now uses kdialog, zenity, dialog or builtin (in that order) if available. (#577197)
If you want to create an Ubuntu based Linux distro keeping control on every single part of it? Instead of remastering an Ubuntu Desktop ISO try the Ubuntu Mini Remix and add just what you want, you’ll have a much cleaner result!