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Re: Anaconda change suggestion with firstboot change suggestion

I am not sure how to proceed.  I am an end-user and I would like to suggest a change to move a function from anaconda to first boot.

That function is the software installation. Generally, with anaconda, on smaller systems, a total selection of software in a category (gnome and its additions), results in a lockup due to out of ram space.

If DE and the related software was moved to first-boot, there is the potential to use a user's slash tmp, and to allow non-mutual exclusion of software selection. Furthermore, at this stage, the software that will be downloaded will of course be the most current.

Has any thought been given to this approach in the past?  Has this approach any merit. It would make for a smaller anaconda.


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--- On Tue, 1/22/13, Stephanie Manuel <stephaniemanuel16 gmail com> wrote:

From: Stephanie Manuel <stephaniemanuel16 gmail com>
Subject: Anaconda Usability Test Administrators Worksheet
To: anaconda-devel-list redhat com
Cc: "Máirín Duffy" <duffy redhat com>
Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2013, 2:55 PM

Hi Everyone,

I have created a Test Administrators Worksheet for the administrators of the test to have with them during the usability testing. This will help guide them through the installer and have a more structured way of making notes during the testing. I have uploaded it to the wiki here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/UX_Redesign/Test_Administrator_Worksheet

I would appreciate it if you could take a look at it and give me any feedback you have.

Thank you,

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