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Re: Question about how to customize my distro

2008/3/30, Andreas Tille <tillea@rki.de>:
> On Sat, 29 Mar 2008, Jesus A. Dominguez S. wrote:
> > Hi, I make my own distro and I make the basics .debs to customized,
> > but now I want to customized a little more, I wonder if some one here
> > can help me with some things...
> Well, I guess you are also tricked by the badly choosen name Custom
> Debian Distributions which sounds like it is about building something
> else than Debian.  But it is the contrary: We try to enhance Debian
> internally to support special user groups.  This is explained in
>     http://wiki.debian.org/CustomDebian   or in more detail
>     http://people.debian.org/~tille/cdd/
> So you might perhaps be a little bit more verbose about your customisation
> and it might be possible that your customisations might be intersting in
> this scope.

I don't fully understand what you're saying, I build my own Debian
with simple-cdd, and I want to customize some things, from what I have
 read, I thought that was the purpose of this list. No? help with
simple-cdd issues?

> > 1.- How can I put and remove directs access to de panels? i have seen
> > in the gconf-editor the objects added on the panels (after the
> > installation,  and adding the options manually) , but how do i create
> > the objects at the installation time?? If I not wrong the
> > _/apps/panel/objects/objectX_ not exists , so if I call it, it may be
> > and error no?
> Hmm, sorry, I'm afraid I do not understand this problem.

Basically what I want is to put and remove directs access to de
panels, for example: put the teminal in the top panel, or remove the
trash from the desktop and put it in the bottom panel.

> > 2.- How can I remove some options of the menu applications (programation,
> > games, etc), an also remove items from the submenu options like
> > alacarte from the
> > menu accessories, and others.

> We are currently developing means to tweak the menus for Custom Debian
> Distributions.

 So i can't change the menus for now?

Jesús A. Domínguez S.

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