Making custom Linux distributions can be an arduous task. Luckily, there are
companies out there that are looking to make the process more friendly.
I reviewed the Reconstructor Web UI, a
web-based Debian/Ubuntu customization utility, and today, I'd like to
present you with a SUSE-based alternative called SUSE Studio. Although SUSE
Studio does have some offline components (such as SUSE Studio
the rest of the SUSE Appliance
this review will focus on the online components which are freely available
at susestudio.com. For those that are following along at home, I'll assume
that you already have an account with SUSE Studio (if not, you can request a
free invitation via this page).