Hi, I've been waiting to see you on irc, but I guess your baby is stealing much time, so I'm sending you my questions by email so you can answer "asynchronously". I've been checking and studing how that stuff works and have some questions for you. I guess most of them are due to some lack of understanding by my part, but maybe rethinking some of these things we might get the key to make it work. - why are you using as test script: always-lang or always-laptop instead of using the lang or laptop tests that tasksel install? - In the "education-lang-xx" tasks you use list (with an empty list). d-i uses task-fields, with the language-env as key package. so why are you doing it that way if the list is empty? is it a cdd-dev limitation? - If all the above is correct, I'm thinking that the education-lang-es or education-lang-no are being installed, but as they don't install any package we're not noticing it. Do you know if there is a way to know if they have been installed? - With the education-lang-xx-desktop tasks, we're saying that they enhanced the education-desktop-other & education-lang-es tasks. But I don't thin that will work. According to the current /usr/share/tasksel/debian-tasks.desc and the poor documentation in the tasksel README, it seems that the enhancing should be to tasks being part of their name. I.E: education-lang-xx-desktop can enhance education-lang-xx , or education-desktop, but not education-desktop-other, as "other" is not part of this task name. And finally, what do you think about temporally changing the current dvd building script to make a very small dvd to test these things? Now, rebuilding the dvd and downloading it takes a long time, just to make a small test... Obviously that sould be said in the mail list, and done only for a few days. Or do you know a better option to quickly test some changes to fix this issue? Regards José L.
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