New make-live features
What about creating whiptail (or dialog and Xdialog compatible) gui? they
are simple to use and easy to create.
On 6/6/06, Andrew Donnellan <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 6/6/06, Jason D. Clinton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On Tuesday 06 June 2006 03:39, Andrew Donnellan wrote:
> > > Yes, but I would like to integrate it in the list - so that there
> > > wouldn't have to be a long command line everytime - this could be
> > > available for non-geeks you know ;)
> > I can't imagine any non-geeks MAKING Live environment. Using, yes;
> > no.
> Really? I can easily imagine it like this:
> == user opens terminal ==
> $ make-live
> Make-live needs to be run as root. Enter the root password:
> What sort of interface do you want on your live CD?
> [X] Graphical
> [ ] Text-mode only
> Which desktop environment do you want?
> [X] KDE
> [ ] GNOME
> [ ] XFCE
> etc. etc. etc. Use a GTK or Qt interface and it would be even easier.
> Adding this functionality to make-live is actually quite easy, as the
> configuration program could just be, say, a simple python script in
> the lists directory.
> It would add a fair bit of functionality very easily - anyone would be
> able to make a near Knoppix-like CD - the config script could ask them
> about desktop backgrounds, bootsplash, menu editing, etc. to get
> really complex.
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