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Wed Sep 12 16:47:36 UTC 2007
On 12.09.2007 18:12, Rex Dieter wrote:
> Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
>> On 12.09.2007 17:44, Bill Crawford wrote:
>>> On 12/09/2007, Jima <jima at beer.tclug.org> wrote:
>>>> Couldn't this be managed by rpmfusion using a comps file, and grouping
>>>> various packages with "DVD support," "MP3 support," or whatnot? `yum
>>>> groupinstall "DVD Support"`...
>>> I think that's the best suggestion on how to balance packaging versus
>>> usability, so far ...
>> FYI for Livna I tried something else, but it didn't work out. I just
>> used the same groups as Fedora in Livna (as Fedora Extras did in the
>> past for Core as well) and made some crucial packages 'type="default"'
>> -- for example gstreamer-plugins-ugly for the "GNOME Desktop
>> Environment" . I assumed anaconda would then install
>> gstreamer-plugins-ugly by default as "GNOME Desktop Environment" is
>> selected by default. But anaconda/pirut did not do that (and I assume it
>> still don't).
> At our site,
> we include a custom repo adding default items to the same
> groups (exactly as you described),
KDE I suppose?
> and it works for us here (using f7).
Yeah, it works, afaics only because you have to select KDE always. But
it doesn't work for the default install with gnome, as gnome is selected
already as default, and todays anaconda does not add the packages from
the 3rd party repo to the to-be-installed-pacakge-set if you don't
switch off gnome once and reenable it.
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