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The livecd-creator command works with the same yum software repositories and kickstart files that are used with other Fedora installation and build tools. So, to create a live CD, you just have to create a kickstart file and point it at a Fedora repository. In addition to containing the livecd-creator command, the livecd-tools package offers several preconfigured kickstart files to help you get started. The ISO images resulting from livecd-creator can be burned to CD, DVD, or USB flash drives.

Christopher Negus is the author of Live Linux CDs: Building and Customizing Bootables, the flagship title of the Negus Live Linux series (Prentice Hall, Pearson Education). He is also the bestselling author of the Red Hat Linux Bible, Linux Toys, and Linux Toolbox series (Wiley Publishing). Before becoming a full-time author, Chris worked on UNIX system development teams at AT&T, UNIX System Laboratories, and Novell.

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