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    Question Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

    Hi folks,
    I can generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages installed?
    Some programs how: Apache, MySql, PHP5, NetBeans, Chrome and others.
    It is possible?

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    Default Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

    On Mon 01 Jul 2013 02:56:03 AM CDT, rafaelfrazao wrote:


    Hi folks,
    I can generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages?
    Some programs how: Apache, MySql, PHP5, NetBeans, Chrome and others.
    It is possible?


    Hi
    Sure, visit http://susestudio.com and build your own iso image with
    whatever applications you wish...

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    Question Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

    So.. I cant upload files .rpm. Netbeans, chrome, flash for browser, teamviewer and others.
    I sent the files .rpm, and nothing happened.
    Just appears waiting, waiting, waiting...

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    Default Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

    Recommend direction of this thread to move to
    https://forums.opensuse.org/english/...t/suse-studio/

    OP - You may find answers to any issues you might experience in that forum.

    TSU

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    Default Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    Recommend direction of this thread to move to
    https://forums.opensuse.org/english/...t/suse-studio/

    OP - You may find answers to any issues you might experience in that forum.

    TSU
    Moved as suggested.

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    Default Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

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    Default Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages

    On 2013-07-04 18:16, Jonathan R wrote:

    > Moved as suggested.
    >
    > Notice to NNTP users; make sure you're posting in Other
    > Forums>Development>SUSE Studio


    Unfortunately, NNTP users reading the previous posts will not see your
    warning, because you posted it on the new thread instead than in the old
    one. There is no notice there that the thread was moved.


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    Default Re: Generating a image of OpenSuse with some programs and packages


    >
    > So.. I cant upload files .rpm. Netbeans, chrome, flash for browser,
    > teamviewer and others.
    > I sent the files .rpm, and nothing happened.
    > Just appears waiting, waiting, waiting...

    Hi
    Yes you can upload rpms, tarballs, scripts etc any files. Of course
    rpms will be installed as part of the image build. Any tarballs etc
    would either need scripts to be run to install during post install, or
    these can be added manually in the test drive and added to the image as
    changed files.

    Not sure why it's waiting, slow upload speed from your internet
    connection? You can add a URL direct to the download source to pull
    direct eg for teamviewer.

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