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Re: From release notes for FC5T3 (web)



On Tue, 2006-03-07 at 11:58, Tony Heaton wrote:
> It's incredibly easy to install packages with yum.  You can do single
> package installs, you can do group installs.  I don't see what the
> problem is in not having an everything button.  As has been pointed out
> here many times, the everything button didn't ever install everything.
> That could leave a new user thinking they had everything available when
> they didn't.  Why would anyone want to bloat a system with both Gnome
> and KDE?

On my systems, different people might use each.

> Is there really a need for having xdm, kdm and gdm all loaded
> on a machine at the same time?

If there isn't, why are they on the CD?

> How many window managers do you need?

Perhaps as many as you have users that connect via X, vnc or
freenx.

> It's easy enough to install and remove packages that you can try
> anything at anytime.  Read the info about a package.  If you like it,
> install it an try it.  If you don't like it, remove it. 

That can be pretty confusing in a multi-user setup. We are
talking about a multi-user OS here aren't we?

-- 
  Les Mikesell
   lesmikesell gmail com



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