Fragadelic wrote:Your customizations you did are for only the user you did it with. You need to put your customizations in /etc/skel in order for new users to get them.
You have to know a bit about making a distro if you want to use remastersys to do that.
The intention of remastersys wasn't to spawn thousands of ubuntu or mint variants but mostly to give users the ability to backup their system.
The dist option was something I included so you could make a copy of your apps installed in a live dvd and not have any of your personal info there.
If you want to save your settings as default, you need to make the home directory of the user you are doing it with /etc/skel.
Fragadelic wrote:Exporting HOME to any folder works differently than you think and unless there are already the subfolders or files that you end up changing, they will be there.
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