Re: CDD and Componentized Linux
On 11/23/05, Matheus Morais <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 11/23/05, Vagrant Cascadian <email@example.com> wrote:
> > are you talking about the cdd-dev cdd-doc packages? CDD is not limited
> > to these packages- they are just one example framework to make a CDD.
> > there are other tools, depending on your needs. perhaps it would be best
> > to describe what you are trying to do, and we can recommend tools that
> > might meet your needs.
> Ok, I want to build that customization with linux kernel 2.6.x and the base
> Debian packages like dpkg, etc. I don't want build the distribution with
> unnecessary packages. So I want the Debian base system and install/build
> others packages separately. Its very important have graphical instlaller at
> the momment, something like anaconda would be very good for this. Can I use
> anaconda under CDD? Anyway I'm building more structured information about my
> project and I will send to the list soon.
If you want a graphical installer and install a set of non-customized
mixed with customized debian packages i would recommend:
Please note that Debian itself has no stable and mature graphical
frontend for its new installer (called: debian-installer), but the
debian-installer for etch (our next release) should include one
(gtk+2), there's a work in progress for this that you can check into
d-i etch beta 1 builds or later. Check the Debian wiki page too.
Unfortunately, i'm sure if you want a CDD and not a Progeny
customization you will be in trouble mixing Anaconda - from progeny
with Debian stuff from sarge.
 = svn co svn://svn.debian.org/svn/debian-np/trunk/packages/simple-cdd
You can browse through http://svn.debian.org
 = http://www.us.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/News/2005/20051111
 = http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstallerToday
Gustavo Franco - <firstname.lastname@example.org>