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Re: Fedora 10 - Boot Analysis



>>>> On 2008-12-16, 16:09 GMT, Peter Robinson wrote:
>>>>> Nothing to say you can't re-enable it yourself. I don't have a
>>>>> permanent connection to the net but evolution happily holds it in my
>>>>> outbox until I go back online and can connect to a network. Fedora can
>>>> I have a nasty surprise for you -- Fedora is not Windows, so it
>>>> would is not only for people who use Evolution / Kmail
>>>> / Thunderbird.
>>>
>>> See above.  On a similar line of though, how about: "please install
>>> and enable
>>> httpd, postgresql, and squid" by default because I use them...
>>
>> Yes, how about it?  What's the point of booting quickly - or at all, if
>> the machine won't provide any services?
>
> Why would I install the desktop spin if I need those?  Fedora has been taking
> the lets-start-any-services-that-someone-may-need approach so far.  It doesn't
> work.  Spins are a neat way to customize the default install for different
> sectors.  The desktop spin should not install an MTA in my opinion.  That's
> all I'm saying.

Exactly! But to do that we need a standard to all those apps require
the sendmail binary just in case you need to use the mail feature.

Peter


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