[CentOS] Redistributing CentOS as part of a package

Mon Jun 1 16:09:12 UTC 2015
Digimer <lists at alteeve.ca>

On 01/06/15 12:00 PM, Digimer wrote:
> Hi all,
>   I'm developing a program that is not a distro, per-se, but sort of
> acts like one. Basically, it's a modified CentOS ISO with some extra
> RPMs added, unneeded RPMs removed and containing a modified boot screen
> and install selection list.
>   The list says "CentOS", so a user knows the installed appliance will
> be based on CentOS, but it also has our project's branding along with it
> (splash screen, our custom installer's images and text, etc). We do not
> modify /etc/issue, /etc/redhat-release or so one.
>   So I wanted to ask the community if this is OK, as I think I'm sitting
> in something of a gray area between a straight custom CentOS ISO and a
> new distro. If this isn't the right place to ask, a pointer to the right
> place would be much appreciated.
>   I am happy to answer any further questions (here or in private) from
> the CentOS team if it would help clarify things.
> Cheers!

Woops'ed the Subject; s/package/project/

An auspicious start! :)

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