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Re: RE:Getting people into Linux



On Thu, 2007-01-04 at 10:49 -0600, Les Mikesell wrote:
> What I've always wanted - and have been too lazy to work on myself - is
> a method where any number of systems could be easily configured to
> track the changes in any other system with a publish/subscribe scheme.
> 
> That is, one 'expert' would build and maintain a system optimized for a
> particular type of use and his build tools would automatically package
> his work for distibution - or he might just be assembling and assortment
> of already available packages. In any case, without much extra work
> it should be possible to make that exact set of packages selectable
> by anyone else, in a way that updates and changes would follow the
> master system automatically.  Currently this would take a hand-managed
> yum repository for every instance and is so much work that it doesn't
> happen.

Isn't Anaconda supposed to be able to provide for that sort of thing?
You'd still use the same repos, but just a different installation
script.



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