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Bug#655234: marked as done (Default selection of installation profile -> standalone workstation)

Your message dated Fri, 12 Jul 2013 20:42:55 +0200
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and subject line Re: Bug#655234: Default selection of installation profile -> standalone workstation
has caused the Debian Bug report #655234,
regarding Default selection of installation profile -> standalone workstation
to be marked as done.

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package: debian-edu-install
severity: minor

the current default installation profile is

  [x] main-server
  [x] workstation
  [x] thin-client-server

This combination can be used once (at maximum) per site.

How about pre-selecting a more common installation profile for the squeeze release? My preference would be: Standalone Workstation.

Reasoning: if people try out Debian Edu/Skolelinux they probably want to install a workstation only first, before looking at D-E more in depth. We can guide people to this by pre-selecting the Standalone installation profile in D-E-I.



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Version: 1.514

[Mike Gabriel]
> close #655234
> thanks
> Closing this one as the already implemented approach is very very
> usable!!!

Hm, look like we forgot  to close this bug.

Happy hacking
Petter Reinholdtsen

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