How to create bootable and installable ISO image of current garuda system installed on my machine. so that i will have persistent snapshot of my garuda linux to be directly installed in other pc/laptop along with data.
I don't know how practical that might be - but reinstating a system setup on another machine isn't that hard. You'll need a copy of config files you've changed, and a pkglist.txt file generated by a pacman query for all the packages you have installed. You can then (on the new system, once installed) use pacman to install all the packages you don't already have, and copy in the config files you need - all done.
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Why also not opt for a tool like clonezilla?
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