Re: working with debian cd
Tasksel is working perfectly after doing what you have said. But my
problem is tasksel is not working from the debian installer menu. I am
trying to figure out from many days from now but couldnot find the
problem. I have pkgsel udeb and tasksel udeb in my pool but don't know
what is going on.
On 4/27/06, Joey Hess <email@example.com> wrote:
> Paras pradhan wrote:
> > Hi all:
> > I think i need to learn about tasksel. I need a help on using tasksel.
> > I have a customCD which has base pacakges + xserver-xorg +
> > xwindow-system +xfce4 in my pool.
> > When i install from that CD., only the base system is installed and
> > seems successfull.
> > After that i boot into the new system and added the following to the
> > /usr/share/tasksel/debian-tasks.desc
> > --
> > Task: desktop
> > Section: user
> > Relevance: 8
> > Description: XFCE Desktop environment
> > This task provides basic desktop software and serves as a basis for the
> > Gnome and KDE desktop tasks.
> > Key:
> > x-window-system
> > xserver-xorg
> > xfce4
> > Packages: task-fields
> > Test-desktop: 1
> Don't use the task-fields method to list packages unless you plan to
> edit your Packages file using an overrides file to add Task fields to
> all the packages in your task. The task-fields method does not install even
> Key packages unless they have a suitable Task field, since it just tells
> aptitude to select the entire task for install. You can see this if you run
> tasksel with the -t switch.
> It's much easier for a CDD to use the list method:
> Task: xfce-desktop
> Section: user
> Relevance: 8
> Description: XFCE Desktop environment
> Packages: list
> Test-desktop: 1
> see shy jo
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