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Re: "Parallelization" of installation configuration and file copying



Hi,

There was a huge discussion about this on fedora-devel mailing list recently. The simple answer is: Anaconda supports a lot more stuff than Ubuntu installer does and the paralelization is not possible at the moment.

However we are currently working on better UI experience and will be discussing possible bigger changes at the upcoming FUDCon in January.

So stay tuned, we aren't asleep :)

--
Martin Sivák
msivak redhat com
Red Hat Czech
Anaconda team / Brno, CZ

----- "Hugo Osvaldo Barrera" <hugo osvaldobarrera com ar> wrote:

> Hi list!
> 
> I'm new to this list, so I hope I'm not breaking any netiquette. (I 
> think not).
> 
> I recently had to re-install my GF's computer which runs ubuntu, and 
> noticed something rather neat, efficient, and, honestly, simple in
> it's 
> latest installer.
> 
> The installer only asks about target disks before starting file 
> copying.  Information about time-zone, user accounts, etc., is done 
> while the file are copied ("in parallel").
> I find this to be really neat and efficient.  Some users may take
> their 
> time to read and think about steps that are not required to copy the
> OS 
> files to disk.  Waiting for the user to complete these step before 
> copying files is just... not efficient.
> 
> I *might* be able to pick up anaconda's source and see if I can pull 
> this off myself, but not until about 3 weeks from now (I just moved,
> and 
> have no internet at home).
> 
> What's the general process for this sort of thing?  Does it need some
> 
> formal approval?  Can I just submit a patch and expect it to go though
> 
> if everything's ok?  Is anyone else interested in this as I am?
> 
> Cheers!
> 
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