Is there a way create iso file of my Linux distro with all my settings and application installed?!
You can easily with a tool like Clonezilla Live (which will handle sizing that dd won’t), but it is not recommended.
You can always just document your process along the way, and turn it into a simple bash script you’d run after install.
Well my problem is that I used timeshif . But it does work with me sometimes it work sometimes it doesn’t.
I think I is because the I saved the 2 os in 1 partition.
And making an iso file is more converted and better
Because I can also have it in other PCs’.
The issue with system images is that secrets will be the same, eg:
- luks keys will be identical, unless you cryptsetup-reencrypt
- shadow hashes will be identical, unless you change password
- /etc/machine-id will be the same
- your network daemon might have the same saved dhcp leases or random mac addresses
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