What OS are you installing on? If it's Linux of some kind, you should be able to unpack the tar.gz, eyeball the configure / make file, remove stuff you don't want, add stuff you do and tar it all up again. As it's an open source project, you may find that all the components you need to create a *source* distribution are already included.
Maybe you don't want a source distribution, as that requires the user to build it. If you're using a platform like Ubuntu, you could create an installable custom package using instructions like these:
The ultimate in identical development environments would be to host your IDE on the network and have thin-fat clients.