>Ok… so you work at a company that wants to distribute some Ubuntu CDs. You want to customize them to tell them where to get some local support and add a thing saying not to try installing them at work (company policy, not approved yet and average users should not ever install an OS at work).
Here are the steps I went through.
- Find out that you have a CD duplicator that can use Inkjet printable CDs to print labels on the non-data side (duh). 🙂
- Go out and get compatible CDs
- Go to this site (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DIYMarketing)
- Pick one of the CD Labels. I choose to use this one.
- Edit it in the GIMP adding or removing whatever you want.
- Get it into a format usable on the duplicator. (For me it was a PNG, so yea that was easy)
- Print Freedom.
So now that you’ve read my guide :). I’ve got a few questions for ya.
Can you add a “For Personal Use Only” to the CD (so they really don’t use it at work). I thought it would violate the GPL so I didn’t.
Next up. Customizing the CD itself with up-to-date content so they have 0 updates to do when they install it.