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       uck-gui - Ubuntu Customization Kit graphical user interface


       uck-gui [-m] [remaster-dir]


       Ubuntu Customization Kit is a tool that helps you customizing official Ubuntu Live CDs
       (including Kubuntu/Xubuntu and Edubuntu) to your needs. You can add (almost) any package
       to the live system, for example language packs, or applications.

       If the optional "remaster-dir" is specified this will be used as (local!)  directory that
       will contain all data created during the customization process.  This defaults to ~/tmp if
       not specified.

       If the -m option is specified, a set of loop back and unionfs mounts will be used to
       create a writeable instance of the ISO image accessible as remaster-iso under remaster-
       dir. The modified parts of the ISO will be cached in remaster-iso-cache under remaster-
       dir.  This is a lot faster and requires less disk space, but may not work for all
       scenarios and mandates the installation of some additional software (i.e.  fuse-utils and

       The scripts run during customization are a copy of the scripts found in

       Note that uck-gui is an interface designed to make localization of and simple addition of
       packages to Ubuntu Live-CD's simple, but that the UCK toolset command line interface is
       much more powerful.

       There also is an alternative GUI (separately packaged as python_uckflow) that is somewhat
       more powerful but requires knowledge of shell programming.


       Ubuntu Customization Kit has been written by Fabrizio Balliano
       <> and Krzysztof Lichota <>

       This manual was provided by Alessio Treglia <>.

       Source code for the Ubuntu Customization Kit is available at

       Bugs can be reported at