Utility to make FreeBSD custom ISO
maybe the thread's name doesn't really point out what i'm looking for but honestly couldn't find a better name, so here it goes.
I'm looking for an utility to make an ISO of the system after i have installed FreeBSD. I have configured the system for that specific box on which it is installed. I have added some directories, installed some applications and so on.
I want to write an ISO with the system, so in case of hardware failure i'll just change the box with a new one that's exactly the same, plug in the disc, install FreeBSD and get the system back in production.
I have googled for such an app and couldn't find anything that fits my needs or maybe i haven't googled for the right thing. A hint in the right direction is more than welcomed. Thank you.
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