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Re: CDD and Componentized Linux

Matheus Morais <matheus.morais@gmail.com> writes:

> Ok, I want to build that customization with linux kernel 2.6.x and the base Debian packages like dpkg, etc. I don't want build the
> distribution with unnecessary packages. So I want the Debian base system and install/build others packages separately. Its very important
> have graphical instlaller at the momment, something like anaconda would be very good for this. Can I use anaconda under CDD? Anyway I'm
> building more structured information about my project and I will send to the list soon.

CDD is more a concept then a process. What you need is fix and adapt
what we have available to make your work easier and try your best to
avoid to change unneeded packages.

For include other packages (new or backports) you should always try to
keep version smaller then testing so you'll have less problems to deal
with upgrade issues when new stable release gets out. Well, this is a

Do a look in simple-cdd and have fun.

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