Cubic (Custom Ubuntu ISO Creator) is a GUI wizard to create a customized Live ISO image for Ubuntu and Debian-based distributions.
Cubic permits effortless navigation through the ISO customization steps and features an integrated virtual command line environment to customize the Linux file system. You can create new customization projects or modify existing projects. Important parameters are dynamically populated with intelligent defaults to simplify the customization process.
This is an incredibly neat tool, and it’s given me the urge to see if I can create my own custom ISO with my personal defaults all set out of the box.
This looks interesting, but it’s not clear from the project’s page how much customisation it allows. Can you install whole new desktop environments, for instance?
It only seems to run on Ubuntu. I’m on Debian stable.
I work for a large financial institution that has huge amounts of COBOL code. There will certainly be a need for COBOL programmers for years to come. But it also required knowledge of COBOL data structures, Z/OS processes, and knowledge of various Fiserv financial applications. Believe me, you won’t be programming COBOL on Linux.