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Re: Wheezy release: CDs are not big enough any more...

On May 14, Neil Williams <codehelp@debian.org> wrote:

> I'd support XFCE4 as the default Graphical Desktop Environment and
> possibly putting GNOME (and KDE) as alternative options.
What is the point of providing a default which is not what people 
usually want?
Just document that a normal desktop install will require two CDs.

Does anybody actually know that people routinely try to install desktop 
systems with only a CD and no networking, and why?
What is the use case for this? Cheap DVD readers have been around for 
over 10 years now.


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