Hi Joey, After updating the task lists for debian-cd, I noticed that alsa-base and alsa-utils are no longer included in tasks-essential. The result of that is that they are also no longer included on the first CD and thus not installed during a "single CD without mirror desktop install". I somehow doubt that that was the intention as AFAIK it will leave systems without working sound. We could of course add the two packages in "generate_di+k_list" or in "forcd1" in debian-cd, but it seems to me that the correct place for this is tasksel, not debian-cd. Could you please explain the reasoning behind "eject and alsa do not need to be key in the desktop task" in tasksel 2.75? Cheers, FJP
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