Re: Missing fat32 mount point from /etc/fstab
On Monday 18 April 2005 07:11, Christian Perrier wrote:
> > > Could the defaults be set and displayed? Leaving the user to remove
> > > vfat and ntfs mounts if they did not want them? I think more people
> > > will appreciate the mount point than not, in my view.
> > No sorry, don't think so. Debian is a general purpose distribution which
> > means we like to leave choices like that to the user.
> > If you want stuff like that, I guess you should choose a more desktop
> > oriented distribution.
> > (At least that is my opinion.)
> I wonder whether this could be turned into a general question such as
> "Automatically mount other operating systems partitions?"
> Of course, this question is targeted to "beginners", so the priority
> should be high, thus adding one screen to default installs.
> This question would of course default to "No"...:-)
This leads me to think, whether d-i should try to support more than one set of
default answers say "modern desktop", "traditional workstation" and "server".
If these are split (primarily through proper defaults preseeding), the
desktop install could hide even more questions while the server install could
retain those questions that are requested without too much headache.
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