Hi I'm trying to create my own FreeBSD-update-server (http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/projects/freebsd-update-server/) so that I can automatically update all the machines on my network to the latest customized version of FreeBSD. The custom version is simply a minimal install, a couple of ports and a custom (reduced) kernel. My problem is creating an ISO of this customized version. I've searched the forums, read the handbook and some other guides but all fail to explain how to REALLY do what I need to do. (or i missed it somehow) The machine I'm using as the update server (and for compiling everything) already has a minimal install + custom kernel. Just need to know how to convert all this to an ISO so that I can easily use it on other machines (through the update system). If I'm correct, this whole mechanism will allow me to update/upgrade any machine on the network simply by running freebsd-update on the target machine. If you think I'm going in the wrong direction and that there's a better way to achieve this, I'm all ears! If you need more info I will also provide it. Hope someone can help! Thanks in advance!