I’d like to tweak Antergos a bit (changing some defaults, like keyboard layout, timeout on boot, programs installed by default, graphics driver, etc. as well as keeping it up-to-date without the need for excessively re-downloading packages all the time (–cachedir, of course, but still)) and so I looked over the scripts.
Changing the bootloader is easy enough (yay isolinux
The mkarchiso script looks like it allows to install packages into a chrooted arch linux as well as creating squashfs and the antergos iso image.
If my understanding is correct, I could install Antergos to a HDD, and use the script to tweak it.
Adding or removing this and that program, changing some confs, etc. then burn it back to disc.
Am I missing anything ? It sounds a bit too simple…