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 Post subject: What files/folders can be deleted from UBCD ?
PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 10:48 pm 
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I want to customize UBCD with my softwares , But i need to know what is the BASIC files/folders in UBCD ??
unfortunately i want to delete some files to create my UBCD .
I want to use UBCD just for Switching between my LIVE OS ( Linux , DOS )


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If you want to customize UBCD, you better use UBCD50 (beta stage for the moment), because it is better structured.
http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=7

The /boot/isolinux/ (for CD) and /boot/syslinux/ (for USB) folder is needed for booting.

/antivirus/ contains definition files for avira antivirus
/pmagic/ contains Parted Magic

/ubcd/menus/isolinux/ contains the config files for the menu entries.
/ubcd/boot/ contains utilities that use a kernel and initrd (so linux based programs).
/ubcd/custom/ is the place for custom images added by users
/ubcd/images/ contains floppy images that are emulated with memdisk.
/ubcd/dosapps/ contains programs that are used together with the freedos image (/ubcd/imges/fdubcd.igz): http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1422
/ubcd/tools/ contains tools to rebuild the iso if you modify it and a script to put UBCD on a USB thumb drive.

See http://syslinux.zytor.com/wiki/index.php/SYSLINUX for information about how the isolinux config files work.

Look in the menu config files at /ubcd/menus/isolinux/ to see which files or directories you can remove if you don't want a certain program.

Use a virtual machine to test your newly build iso (e.g. VirtualBox).

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I want to use UBCD just for Switching between my LIVE OS ( Linux , DOS )

You just can use grub for that. You don't need UBCD at all.


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