Re: Still no TeX in CD#1
On Fri, 24 May 2002, Philip Charles wrote:
> On Fri, 24 May 2002, Santiago Vila wrote:
> > Yes, but this does *not* answer my question at all:
> > kernel-image-* packages do not belong to any task, are any of them more
> > popular than tetex-bin? I believe they are not, but the only data I
> > have to backup such statement is the popularity-contest data from the
> > debian-cd package. If you have more recent data, *please* show it.
> Tex has always been the next task to be included on CD1. So if a consesis
> of which of the following images can be moved to a later CD then it will
> find its way there. A number of images have already been moved. This
> list have some errors.
> [ snipped list of kernel images ]
I wonder why those images have to be in CD #1 at all. The functionality of
"being able to boot the system" is well served by whatever kernel is
installed by the boot floppies.
If you insist that they must go in CD #1, leaving more popular packages
in CD #2, we could put the less popular kernel-images in CD#2, one at
a time, until TeX fits in CD#1.
For this we would need the most recent popularity contest data, the
one in debian-cd is quote old (from 2001).
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