Re: Where does Debian define/specify "standard bundles"?
On 28/06/2012, Jon Dowland <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 04:42:44PM +0100, Keith McKenzie wrote:
>> If you want tasksel, it is part of the Debian install process. the
>> regular (Debian suggested) desktop environment is Gnome, but you can
>> choose between Gnome, KDE, XFCE, or LXDE on installation.
> I think he does want tasksel, but it's not really part of the install
> process, it's merely called by the install process. I believe the tasksel
> maintainers have recently moved to a model where their tasks (bundles) are
> now simply packages - Here is a list of all binary packages provided by
> the source tasksel package in sid:
Interesting tidbit, I'm still mainly on Squeeze, with one Wheezy setup
via the installer on XFCE/LXDE CD-1
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