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Re: Downgrading the priority of nfs-utils

Josselin Mouette <josselin.mouette@ens-lyon.org> writes:

> Le jeudi 02 novembre 2006 à 05:22 -0800, Josh Triplett a écrit :
>> I would suggest b); reducing the "standard" set of packages seems like a
>> feature, it won't break upgrades (if installed, the package will stay
>> installed), and new installs don't need to get nfs-kernel-server as part
>> of the *default* install.  
> We're not talking about the NFS server, but of the NFS client. And a
> working NFS client is surely something we want as part of the default
> install.

What's the rationale for needing it as part of the default install?

The majority of the Debian (and GNU/Linux systems in general) I see
tend to not use NFS at all.  Do we have any usage statistics for the
NFS client?


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