As far as the next release, I can't yet say. It looks like
I'll be collaborating with the Insert author so the 2.6
version of Insert will be released faster, plus it will
shorten the release time for me to get UBCD Insert out.
You don't need to remaster Insert in order to store your
windows captive related files. You just need to copy
the insert-config.tar.bz2 created from a saved config
to the INSERT directory on CDROM. Of even easier,
create a insert-config.tar.bz2 containing
and inject it (ULtraISO, WinISO, WinImage) to the INSERT
Thanks for our insight into the future of INSERT and UBCD. As to the additional notes on the captive file insertion, I understood from your previous comments that I would not need to remaster INSERT which is cool. Although it might be interesting figuring out how to remaster it just to add a few things. That being said, I already add additional things like windows versions of Nmap and Netcat to the CD as well as PDFs that I might find useful such as the OSSTMM 2.1 from http://www.isecom.org/osstmm/
also add windscp, putty, wingz, winvi and vncviewer. All for that time when you just need a few tools on an existing machine without booting off the UBCD. That might be an interesting forum discussion: What tools do you add to UBCD to enhance its usefulness to you?