Re: How to use "--without-recommends" option for only one package in lb config?
I can't find the name of those 2 packages, even when install gnome-system-tools, maybe they are just components, I have no idea. After installing gnome-system-tools we can run them with these commands: /usr/bin/users-admin and /usr/bin/time-admin.
This is the description of gnome-system-tools:
The GNOME System Tools are a fully integrated set of tools aimed to make easy
the job that means the computer administration on an UNIX or Linux system.
They're thought to help from the new Linux or UNIX user to the system
Its main advantages are:
* Full integration with the new GNOME Control Center.
* An user-friendly interface to carry out the main administration tasks.
* The use of a common user interface in every system.
* A common structure that makes easy the development of new system tools.
Nowadays there are tools for managing:
- Users and groups
- Date and time
- Network options
- Shares (NFS and Samba)
And I just want "Users and groups" and "Date and time". If you have used Lubuntu, you could see these 2 applications. I could say that I want to do the same way like Lubuntu does (just need these 2 applications).
On 22 December 2010 04:12, Ben Armstrong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On 21/12/10 03:06 AM, Duy Hùng Trần wrote:Not explicitly, but you probably do because of some chain of dependencies.
> I don't install gnome or
Yes, but by some other dependency chain leading from the tool packages,
> gnome-system-tools includes many small applications, I just want to
> install 2 of them, they are graphical applications to manage
> users/groups and date/time. My machine has a minimal LXDE dekstop too, I
> installed these 2 applications successfully with "--without-recommends"
it may be that a lot of gnome stuff is pulled in. Unfortunately, you
don't say *which* small applications you want, so I can't check that for