Changelog is as follows:
* Added filter in remastersys-skelcopy to remove akonadi database entries and socket files
* Added filter in remastersys to prevent copying of kdecache* files
* Fixed remastersys-gtk.py to copy progress_bar.png and progress_box.png for the plymouth theme generation as it was missing
* Fixed issue with backup mode grub install
* added remastersys-firstboot to remove ubiquity frontend icon from users desktop on backup mode after install - users can also add their own commands to this and it
* will only run once after first boot and then disable itself
* added removal of Trash from root for both modes and for users for backup mode
* changed method of checking for Desktop type for ubiquity-frontend by looking for startkde in the process list
* removed metacity and xterm as suggested dependencies
Starting with 3.0.1-1 there is a firstboot system startup script that is used for backup mode to remove the install icon from the desktop and you can add whatever other custom commands you like in it. Just edit /etc/init.d/remastersys-firstboot and put your commands inbetween the lines indicated.
Important New information for Ubuntu Lucid and newer!
Starting with version 3.0.1-1 for Ubuntu there is a proper signed repository that can be added to your system.
The Synaptic Method:
1. In Firefox, go to :
save file as text someplace where you can find it.
2. In synaptic, go to Settings/Repositories; select "Authentication" tab and "Import Key File" just downloaded.
3. Still in synaptic, go to "Other Software" tab and click "Add", then enter the apt line and replace oneiric with either lucid, maverick, or natty to match your Ubuntu version:
4. Leave the repositories tab and "Reload".
5. Search for "remastersys" and select for install. Edit/Apply Marked Changes.
The Manual Method
As root, download and apply the repository gpg key.
wget -O - http://www.remastersys.com/ubuntu/remastersys.gpg.key
| apt-key add -
Add the following line that corresponds to your version of Ubuntu to your /etc/apt/sources.list
Now just apt-get update or reload in Synaptic to have the new Remastersys signed repository ready to use!