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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Questions regarding System Imager

Here we are going to answer some of the most recently asked questions regarding our fork of Remastersys. 

1.  Will this be a paid product or remain a free product?
 A) It will remain free, we will be providing this as part of the OS4 Linux  default install as well.

2.  When will System Imager 1.0 be released?
A) As soon as we get the sources from fragadelic, we will begin work on the first release.  We are hoping to have something solid by mid-June.  Until then we will provide the Remastersys binaries from fragadelic.

3.  Can we use this to keep making distributions?
A) Yes and we do anticipate help from distributions that will use System Imager

4.  How integrated will this be to OS4?
A) very integrated and we intend to market this for customers as well

Remastersys 3.0.4-2 for Ubuntu posted

We went ahead and uploaded the binaries for Remastersys 3.0.4-2 in the Sourceforge repositories.  As soon as I get the Debian versions they will be posted to.  These are posted as a convenience to those of you that need it now.  Fragadelic and Geekconnection are NOT supporting remastersys anymore, any questions or comments direct them towards the OS4 Team.  As soon as System Imager 1.0 is released these binaries will be coming down.  You can download them here.

Taking over development of Remastersys

We will be forking and continuing Remastersys.  First, I want to thank Tony for all of his hard work on Remastersys and we want to thank him for allowing us to continue development of Remastersys known henceforth as System Imager.  We are accepting help from people in the community who want to help us make System Imager as great as Remastersys was.  If you would like to help drop me an e-mail at rjdohnert_at_gmail_dot_com