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Re: Squeeze can't fit on 512MiB

On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 06:00:16PM +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> I forgot to mention other tasks as well:
> - Base+Standard grew from 397MiB to 491MiB
>   (we install libdb4.{5,6,7,8} !?, and since openssh-client recommends
>   xauth, x11 stuff gets installed)
> - Gnome         grew from 1830MiB to 2689MiB
> - KDE           grew from 1592MiB to 2119MiB
> - Xfce          grew from 1056MiB to 1771MiB
> - LXDE          grew from  963MiB to 1546MiB
> - Web           grew from   42MiB to  121MiB
> - Print         grew from  215MiB to  427MiB
>   (gutenprint and such grew quite a bit, but all kinds of X11 stuff also
>   gets dragged because pnm2ppa depends on gs provided by ghostscript-x,
>   shouldn't perhaps pnm2ppa depend on ghostscript only?)
> - DNS           grew from    3MiB to   51MiB
>   (perl needed for dlint)
> - File          grew from   74MiB to  165MiB
>   (Samba grew quite a bit, perl needed for netatalk)

Is netatalk STILL included in the file server task?  Who uses that
anymore?  The thing takes almost 2 minutes to start at boot (or at
least if feels like it) and probably no Mac made in a decade has any
need for it.

> - Mail          grew from   14MiB to  125MiB
>   (spamassasin recommends libc6-dev/gcc/make, and thus all their
>   recommends & such for sa-compile)
> - SQL           grew from   50MiB to  103MiB
>   (perl needed for sgml-base, recommended by libxml2)
> - Laptop        grew from   26MiB to  237MiB
>   (bluez-cups (and thus cups) recommended by bluetooth)

Did Lenny install recommends by default?  I believe Squeeze does for sure.

Len Sorensen

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