Be aware that this software should be considered Beta quality at the moment. I believe that I have tested this pretty well, but still need more user feedback before declaring this 100% rock solid.
Building From Source
The Salamander source code is a set of scripts that modifies the default Ubuntu ISO. The build process will automatically download the default Ubuntu disks (from an official mirror, that can afford the bandwidth) with wget, which may take a while. Make sure wget is installed before starting this process. You will also need git to checkout the source. You can obtain the source via git with one of the following commands:
$ git clone https://salamander-linux.com/git/salamander.git
Then, on a linux system run either
to build the 32 bit image, or
to build the 64 bit image. Note that you need to run make with sudo -- the build process needs root priviledges to mount the disk images. If you run make without specifying salamander32 or salamander64 both iso images will be created.
The iso image will be created in the build directory, which you can then burn to a CD.
You can also browse the Salamander source code online.