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Applies to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP3

Part III Customizing installation images Edit source

13 Cloning disk images

This chapter describes how to use cloned images for installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. This process is mostly used in virtualized environments.

14 Customizing installation images with mksusecd

mksusecd is a useful tool for creating a customized installation image. Use it to modify the regular SUSE Linux Enterprise installation images, adding and removing files, creating a minimal network installation image, customizing boot and repository options, and creating a minimal boot image as an alternative to booting a system from a PXE server.

15 Customizing installation images manually

You can customize the standard SUSE Linux Enterprise installation images by editing a file in the installation ISO image, media.1/products. Add modules and extensions to create a single customized installation image. Then copy your custom image to a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive to create a customized bootable installation medium. See the SUSE Best Practices paper on How to Create a Custom Installation Medium for SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 for complete instructions.

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