Roland Bauerschmidt <email@example.com> writes:
>> dselect is EASY.
> Get lost.
What do you want? Do something constructive or be quiet.
> Certainly it is if you are used to it or willing to spend a
> considerable amount of time to read documentation during the
> installation process.
To read 5 - 10 Minutes the Intro displayed by dselect and a look at the
Keystrokes page is too much? You have a new thing and dont want to
learn how to use it?
> This is not the idea of such a CD though. I somehow have the
> impression that you don't really know what this is about.
Ok. Should i stop and let you do the work?
This is a Intro CD to Debian. Nothing more.
I dont care about tasksel or aptitude, but i try to build a usable CD.
Even if you like tasksel: It is *IMO* useless if you dont have all
packages for the tasks installed.
If list-members dont want it removed, just a note in the README thats
fine for me.
BTW: dselect is one of the best things in Debian, together with dpkg,
apt and the whole package system.
> Read the archives. Get a clue.
dselect is easy. DOT.
BTW: There is this aptitude thing on the CD if you dont like dselect.
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