Re: Debian GNU/Linux (kfreebsd anyone?) Lenny Desktop wishlist thread
On 4/14/07, Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Gustavo Franco wrote:
> Would you like to join us at debian-desktop alioth group?
same answer as the last time you have asked me. what would it be good
for? i'm only remotly a desktop user, and certainly not a desktop developer.
It's good to make sure that Debian Live desktop images matches the
Debian Desktop users needs. I think that in the group you will be able
* More than have voice on the mailing list, rw access our svn being
able to prepare 'live flavored artwork' based on our debian-moreblue
* Make sure that the set of desktop related packages fit a live user need
and more. ;)
> I heard from Sledge that after Etch
> release (in place) he (or we) could work on add some established Live
> images to cdimage.d.o and announce it through DWN, -news and
> times.debian.net (The idea was proposed in -publicity). Thoughts?
i know. as soon as we consider live-helper (which is rotting in NEW) as
ready, i'll coordinate this. ETA is about 2 to 4 weeks from now.
> Btw, what's the needed work to integrate d-i gtk and/or ubiquity in
> the live desktop images for Lenny ?
d-i and g-i on the same images, in terms of seperate boot option are
ready soon. in terms of 'launch d-i/g-i from a booted live-system as an
application', this requires, as far as i'm told, that the d-i people
provides special builds for that purpose.
Yeah, and I thought g-i was on track. Do you think that it will be
more like "win32 loader" or "ubiquity" in terms of usability ?
for the 'live-to-hdd' installation, we will most likely write something
on your own. plan is to have it done until mid of july.
'live-to-hdd' as in 'the same thing you're running here live on your
hd', ubiquity-like, right?
and well, lenny is far, far away...
> In other words
> they can boot the live desktop image and install a dns server through
> its task.
i don't understand what you mean here.
This is like 'debian as you want it -to-hdd' and not simple
'live-to-hdd'. In other words the live cd would work simple as a g-i
bootstrap and not only as a live cd + ubiquity, but both options would
be way better.