How complex would be to enable live installer to read sources from bootable live USB?
I know, that The tradition of Debian installers was, that those
installers have been always executed from special non live CDS, and
installers were able to download necessary packages from The Internet, if it
was net installation, or those installers have been able to read data from
The DVD directly. So GUI based live installer is really The revolution. My
If it will be complex to modifi necessary components to be able to read from
USB flash disk?
My next kind pleasment is focused on core developers, who are deeply
familiar with at-spi infrastructure. The su-to-root command is not able to
work as expected. To provide access to applications, which are executed as a
root user, and when Orca is executed as debianlive user account. The
algorithms used in su-to-root with some other options, such as -c or -x are
really not able to enable users of at-spi related applications to get
necessary information. This is sad, because visually impaired users would be
able thank's to ammazing collection of applications, for performing system
administration tasks to use Debian Squeeze. Yours system. Please do not
forget, that Debian live development ALPHA DVD is including even ammazing
multimedia plugins for Mozilla Firefox, for Iceweasel, which are enabling
users to work with many audio formats. And that You even included special
packages for accessing many models of scanners. This has not been possible
in Debian live based on Debian Leny by The default.
I Am ready to constructively cooperate, send debugs.
I have found out The work around, fortunately, You did not include security
fix to kill gdm by used killall gdm as root, so i can run all administration
tasks by kill GDM. But i AM afraid, that somebody of power developers will
prevent users from killing GDM so i and other visually impaired users would
be very sad. Gdm-stop command is not working in Debian.