Adding apps then saving to USB Flash Drive

At a recent Ham Fest I picked up a CD of Debian that was chocked full of Ham Radio programs for linux. I want to take an Ubuntu install and load Ham Radio programs to it and be able to put an iso on a bootable persistent USB flash Drive w/o having my user name and password. I want to be able to then make copies of the USB and distribute to the Ham Community. I actually want to make different distros in this fashion. Also is there any program I can use to make multiple copies of a USB flash drive without having to build each one manual with a program like Yumi? I don’t check the forum to often so if you wish write me at [snip].

Dr. Mike Hughes

Yes, you can do that…if the licences permit.

Check the the official support channels listed on the page for threads on how others have done it in the past.