Re: Including additional packages on the Debian base CD
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- Subject: Re: Including additional packages on the Debian base CD
- From: Free Ekanayaka <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2004 10:49:12 +0200
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>>>>> On Thu, 20 May 2004 08:56:28 -0300, Andre Luis Lopes <email@example.com> said:
Andre> [1 <text/plain; iso-8859-1 (quoted-printable)>] Hi Free,
Andre> On Thu, May 20, 2004 at 01:50:03PM +0200, Free Ekanayaka
>> Petter, thanks for your quick reply.
>> I'm new to the debian-cd package, but it looks quite simple to
>> use. I'll try to create a test iso in the next days and report
Andre> Please, let me know how well it worked. I'm also pretty
Andre> interested in learning something about Custom Debian
Andre> Distributions and also trying to start experimenting with
I'm almost done in preparing a customised d-i for the aGNUla/DeMuDi
CDD, and I have to say that this new d-i is sooo beautiful and easy to
I'm basing on the beta4 release, and I decided not to use debian-cd for the moment.
I simply replaced the pool/ and dist/ trees, which include:
1) all the packages needed by debootstrap
2) all the main/debian-installer section
3) an home made udeb which installs a package which customise
the base-config menu
4) the optional packages used by DeMuDi
Everything is running fine..
I still do not understand which is the proper way to autoconfigure
XFree86, by now I'm using xdebconfigurator and dexconf.
Moreover it would be nice to have a tool which builds a minimum Debian
mirror with just the packages needed by debootstrap and the most
important udebs. I think that this way we could use debian-cd with a
bottom-up approach, without downloading a whole debian mirror.