Customizing Dynebolic version 2

Posted by grouch on Jun 2, 2006 2:58 PM EDT; By Tom 'Stomfi' Russell
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Dynebolic is a live CD distro packed with tools for working with sound and video files. Dynebolic uses the Squashfs filesystem to fit a lot of applications into a small space, along with a speed-tweaked kernel and the tools to perform well on low-end equipment. The upcoming Dyne:II release also lets you add and remove tools to create your own custom version of the distro. Here's how.

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