Hi Julien, I know that you do not have time to make a minimal iso, however having chatted to some 'nice people' it appears that I (or anyone) should actually be able to do it. It's called remastersys and how it works is at http://psychocats.net/ubuntu/remastersys I've no need to bore you with how it works, simply put - It takes your installed system and creates an iso with an md5 checksum.
Once you have (all) stopped laughing, according to the wiki entry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remastersys You can make it CLI install. So, I'd follow the minimal install instructions onto a partition & then make the iso (in theory). Well, I'm willing to give it a try if you think it may be of help. On a slightly different note, but to save me posting another email to you. I was asking ibuclaw about why the cd would fail self test, yet pass the other md5checksum test. Ibuclaw asked when you would be about, he was running through some stuff with me but it was way over my technical knowledge. He said that he could have a chat with you. As you know, Iain has already provided one patch to lubuntu (pcmanfm) and I count him as one of the 'nice people' I chat to on the 'official' ubuntu area. If you keep an eye on ##ufbt you will be able to see if he is logged on (yes, I have been given permission for you to stalk him on there). Regards, Phill.
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