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Re: dvd space issues

On 06. nov. 2010 12:34, Louis-Maurice De Sousa wrote:
> Le 06/11/2010 11:02, Holger Levsen a écrit :
>> Hi Louis-Maurice,
>> let me just reply to these three aspects of your mail:
>> On Mittwoch, 3. November 2010, Louis-Maurice De Sousa wrote:
>>> I see three important things to increase quality and "user experience"
>>> as they say in privative world ;-) :
>>>    - choose de default window manager. It could be then possible to have
>>> only some software installed. For example, gedit if you choose Gnome,
>>> and Kate if it's KDE. Same for the media player, browser...
>> this is possible already today in Lenny (and will continue to work in
>> Squeeze): you can install with Gnome instead of KDE. Squeeze also
>> supports
>> LXDE.
>> This is described in:
>> http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/Documentation/Squeeze/Installation#Theinstallationprocess
> Ok, I saw I could install it but not that there was a kernel parameter
> for the default WM.
> I don't like too much when Gnome is "windowsed" with that start-like
> button in bottom of screen. I quite don't understand why it's default
> behaviour is changed. KDE and LXDE already are like that.
> But it's a taste issue :-)
> I didn't saw there already had a Squeeze install DVD. I'll try it next
> week. :-)
> Thanks for the link.
>>> A WM based on Qimo (http://www.qimo4kids.com/) could be interesting for
>>> younger pupils.
>> Qimo needs to be packaged for Debian first :)
> Yes, I know. It isn't even packedged for Ubuntu. If I can save some
> time, I'll try to do it for my wife wich teaches in the nursery school
> (a french peculiarity called "maternelle").
>>>    - choose IP addresses of the server. It's mandatory for us in
>>> "académie de Versailles" to use DebianEdu, I have actually to install an
>>> other router.
>> I'll file a bug about this, so that we wont forget for Squeeze+1 :)
> Ok, thanks. But Squeeze+1 is in a long time. :-) And time is not our
> ally to beat Microsoft© and Apple©. ;-)
> To install DebianEdu in a school, I must be able to change the server
> public IP. I mean the IP. Is there a manual method ? I found
> one once, but can't put an hand on it now. is a private ip address,not a public one.
you can change the address using instructions in the wiki

But it is important to think thru the problem first. do you realy need
to change the ip series ? It's usualy much easier to network design
around your problem, if you have a real issue with the ip series.


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