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Would a Windows software program to create customized UBCD iso images and automate adding additional software to UBCD be helpful?
Yes, it would be extremely helpful. 64%  64%  [ 23 ]
Yes, I might use it occasionally. 25%  25%  [ 9 ]
Yes, but only the iso creation ability 3%  3%  [ 1 ]
No, it wouldn't be useful. 8%  8%  [ 3 ]
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:32 pm 
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@ univbee
This forum is only about UBCD (for dos) not about UBCD4WIN.

UBCD50 doesn't have (UBCD411 has them):
- Avira NTFS4DOS Personal
- F-Prot Anti-Virus for DOS
- McAfee Anti-Virus Scanner

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- F-prot (run from Parted Magic): /pmagic/pmodules/fprot.7z and fprot-definitions.7z

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Icecube wrote:
melee wrote:
I anticipate very few people actually creating the plugins. Most would just want to use the plugins others create to add the software to UBCD.

I am willing to write some plugins.


I am willing to debug/test any plugins and help with scripting if needed.

I would like to add, that since this is JAVA, its a good idea to also support linux too...as I know there are many linux users our there that dont have access to a windows machine to test and rebuild iso's or even make plugins for unless this program supports and runs on linux just as well as windows.

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StopSpazzing wrote:
Icecube wrote:
melee wrote:
I would like to add, that since this is JAVA, its a good idea to also support linux too...as I know there are many linux users our there that dont have access to a windows machine to test and rebuild iso's or even make plugins for unless this program supports and runs on linux just as well as windows.

It already support Linux (I tested it).

@ melee
Did you make any progress?

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Icecube wrote:
StopSpazzing wrote:
Icecube wrote:
melee wrote:
I would like to add, that since this is JAVA, its a good idea to also support linux too...as I know there are many linux users our there that dont have access to a windows machine to test and rebuild iso's or even make plugins for unless this program supports and runs on linux just as well as windows.

It already support Linux (I tested it).

@ melee
Did you make any progress?


Im not worried about the JAVA program itself from running, just when running commands, they are different windows than they are for linux, that's what I meant. Such as linux is case sensitive and have to have different parameters for commandline programs.

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StopSpazzing wrote:
Im not worried about the JAVA program itself from running, just when running commands, they are different windows than they are for linux, that's what I meant. Such as linux is case sensitive and have to have different parameters for commandline programs.

The commandline porgrams are no problem (taken care of already).

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Icecube wrote:
StopSpazzing wrote:
Im not worried about the JAVA program itself from running, just when running commands, they are different windows than they are for linux, that's what I meant. Such as linux is case sensitive and have to have different parameters for commandline programs.

The commandline porgrams are no problem (taken care of already).


Ok, no worries then. Still waiting for a new version.

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 Post subject: Re: UBCD Creator
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:40 pm 
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Is this project dead?

I was looking for something like nLite / vLite that's exclusively for UBCD.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD Creator
PostPosted: Sat Jul 24, 2010 9:39 pm 
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I guess it is dead...


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