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It is a given that most people only read the manual page or documentation for a command either when they can't work out how to use it or somethings goes wrong after using it.
And it is also much easier to post a question than read the documentation or understand an error message.
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The script offers the ability to: ' and works with all official desktop 64-bit Ubuntu ( and Ubuntu flavoured ISOs (https:// Linux Mint ISOs (https:// KDE neon ISOs (https://org/download), elementary OS ISOs (https://elementary.io), Peppermint OS (https://peppermintos.com/) and Back Box Linux (https://backbox.org/).
And whilst Kali is not directly supported the Kali Metapackages (https://org/kali-metapackages) can be added when respinning an ISO.
Alternatively a larger size can be specified to avoid the immediate need to resize as this can always be performed later.
It is recommended to use a realistic amount somewhere between 1GB and 2GB to maintain the balance between a practical but usable ISO.
It can be run using either the shell CLI (command line interface) in a the terminal or using its GUI (graphical user interface).
Not only will it generate a new ISO but it will also produce a log file which includes the options used when respinning the ISO and serves to document the respun ISO.Normally Linux distribution ISOs work perfectly when written to a USB for booting as a 'Live USB' allowing both usage and installation of the distro.Unfortunately with the introduction of Intel Atom based mini PCs and tablets the issue of requiring a 32-bit bootloader to boot a 64-bit OS arose.You will also need at least 10 GB of free space but this can be on external storage (e.g.a USB) as it can be specified as a location different to where the script is run from.Care must be taken in specifying the order of multiple packages to preserve any dependencies and of course all dependencies must be met for the packages to be successfully installed.