> On Thu, 31 Jul 1997, George Bonser wrote:
> > What I had in mind to do for the local distribution that I was going to
> > make was fvwm and a nice set of default menus. The default X install can
> > be made a little nicer than Debian because I would only give them one
> > choice .... X or no X with fvwm installed as the window manager if they
> > choose it.
> Yes! I think exactly this is the way to go. No many options for little
> pieces; just 3 or 4 major decisions should be enough.
As an alternative to doing all this work to create a Debian-Lite/personal
edition would be to have the guys working on the new dselect (sorry, I can't
remember the name) to have setup scenarios.
I don't see why any of this customized setup can't be done from dselect. Just
tell dselect you want a personal system with X and it will make most of the
major decisions for you.
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