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[vox-tech] How to make an OEM style "system recovery disk"
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[vox-tech] How to make an OEM style "system recovery disk"



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I'm looking to build a bootable CD to give to a friend along with a computer 
that when booted will offer to overwrite the hard drive from a compressed 
disk image. I looked on freshmeat, but didn't see anything well suited to 
this. The box in question will have windows on it (They want windows, I don't 
feel like arguing). Anyone know of a project that can do this?

What about linux boot CDs that can easily be customized to run a shell script 
at boot time?

All the stuff i saw on freshmeat looked like it just restored files from a 
backup.

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