Clonezilla is awesome! By default it has a huge amount of power. But, with a bit of effort, its existing utility can be greatly expanded. Unfortunately, it can be very cumbersome to unpackage and repackage a clonezilla image to change its functionality. That is why I built this tool. It efficiently unpackes and repackes clonezilla images with changes made to the syslinux, live, home, EFI, and Boot folders. Currently, I have added a boot menu entry which pulls a user determined github repo and prompts the user to run a script from the pulled repo.
How to Use the tool
First, you need to have a fully functional bash environment
Second, you need to download the repo – like this:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:LittleSeneca/clonezilla-builder.git
Third, make the changes you want to make to the contents of the syslinux, live, home, EFI, and Boot folders
Fourth, run the command below from the cloned directory:
Fifth, image the resultant .iso file to a usb using the almighty rufus