distro question

I'm looking to find a "lightweight" distro that has the following as a bare minimum and can be installed via CD (not DVD):

1. X.org server
2. xinetd || inetd
3. cupsd && cups-lpd
4. ssh && sshd

Opinions?

Or even better is there a way to quickly build a "sub-install" distro from Fedora Core 5 to be able to install from a CD which I could bring out with me to some areas that are not on our network but have xterms?

Comments

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Yep, that should work too. I used that script with Slax and STX.

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http://www.linux-live.org/ is a collection of scripts to make a live CD out of your current filesystem. You could make a bare FC5 install and add what you need, then turn it into a live CD.

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Here is the link to the remastering.

http://www.pclinuxonline.com/wiki/RemasterLiveCD

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If you look on the pclinuxos site they talk about a script you run. It's something like makelivecd or something like that. I successfully used it once to create a remastered iso. I have the iso and can re-install to a partition to try and help you if you decide you want to use it.

Chris

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All I see is the minime-iso. Is that it?
I see no doco on how to roll your own version.
I'll download the iso and see what it does.

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You might look at the pclinuxos minime distro. It's new and is a completely stripped down OS. You add the apps you like and then run their script that creates a new livecd with their apps. That's the best I know of off the top of my head. My live CD Knoppix remasters still use the kdrive servers as a default with xfree extensions for full X so probably not a good fit for what you're looking for.

Chris