Installed packages are gone after installing custom Ubuntu 20.04 image

Asked by Samuel Boucquez on 2020-06-11

I have installed Teamviewer and a bunch of other software. after installing my custom image the packages are all gone. I checked the check boxes for minimal and full install. Can't figure out what i am doing wrong, with Ubuntu 18 everything works fine.

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Samuel Boucquez
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2020-06-17
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2020-06-17
Cubic PPA (cubic-wizard) said : #1

How are you installing Teamviewer ?

When i load my image from ubuntu i am in chroot. Than i copy the teamviewer deb file into the chroot and install the deb file with the dpkg command. i install all dependencies and other software but none of the software i installed and checked in the checkboxes are installed after installing the custom image i made. with Ubuntu 18.04 everything went fine. So i dont know why Ubuntu 20.04 fails.

load chroot -> copy deb -> install dependencies and software -> check boxes -> making custom image -> install custom image

None of the software i installed is there when i boot the freshly installed Ubuntu 20.04

Cubic PPA (cubic-wizard) said : #4

Checking files on the Packages page means you want to automatically ~remove~ the files after the installation completes.

The instructions at the top of the page state, "Select packages that will be automatically removed after a typical or minimal install."

This is used to remove software that is necessary in the Live environment but ~not~ necessary in the final installed environment. Examples of software that you would want removed include tools such as Ubiquity itself, Gparted for disk partitioning, and foreign languages that you do not need on an installed OS.

Wow, sorry my bad ;) Thanks for the help.