On Fri, Jan 09, 2009 at 03:57:33PM +0100, Daniel Baumann wrote: [...] > speaking about gnome-desktop flavour, the reason why it's no there is > that the gnome-desktop task in tasksel is not installing it. and for the > time being, the prebuild -desktop images are strictly oriented at the > package selection tasksel is doing. Yeah, but the task gnome-desktop installs the package gnome-desktop-environment, which in turn recommends gnome-accessibility, which in turn depends on gnome-orca. So a fresh install "with Recommends" would install gnome-orca. Now, earlier in this thread, Chris Lamb, explained that: > b) gnome-orca would have been installed (see 'a') via a Recommends > relation, but turned those off for large desktop environments (so they > can fit onto a CD). However, I tried to build a debian-live CD with gnome-accessibility included and it fitted the CD. To summarize, there seem to be no argument in favor of not including gnome-accessibility since: 1) it would be installed with the gnome-desktop task 2) the debian-live gnome-desktop flavour with gnome-accessibility fits on a CD. -- Hans Ekbrand (http://sociologi.cjb.net) <email@example.com> A. Because it breaks the logical sequence of discussion Q. Why is top posting bad?
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