Hi, I've started on working on creating Debian Edu Jessie based live images, using live-build from jessie. This has been a rather pleasant process, and I successfull made some .isos. Currently I'm wondering what kind of image to create and if we want several. For squeeze, we only had a standalone image using the default KDE desktop. Now, we have several desktops, and for testing I created - xfce standalone (2.7gb, worked nicely) - gnome standalone (3.3gb, xorg didnt start) - mate (2.7gb, xorg started but not desktop environment) https://jenkins.debian.net/view/lvc/job/lvc_debian-live_debian- edu_jessie_standalone_apt/10/ shows mate, /9 is gnoem and /8 is xfce... the relevant code to build the image is: lb config --distribution jessie --bootappend-live "boot=live config hostname=debian-edu username=debian-edu" echo education-standalone >> config/package-lists/live.list.chroot echo education-desktop-(xfce|gnome|mate) >> config/package- lists/live.list.chroot echo education-laptop >> config/package-lists/live.list.chroot sudo lb build using education-desktop-other also resulted in failure similar to education- desktop-gnome, I havend tried lxde & sugar. Right now I'm tempted to just start with one image: xfce-standalone. And then I wonder, what "Features: The KDE desktop profile for students/pupils. " on https://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/Documentation/Jessie/AppendixB means exactly?! More feedback, comments, questions & suggestions welcome... cheers, Holger P.S.: currently these are test images for doing QA only. But it's rather trivial to build them elsewhere and release them for real usage! :-)
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