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Re: starting Fedora Server SIG



Seth Vidal wrote:

and it is less right, X is brought in, and also qt qt-X11. Should
certainly be investigated.

That's probably because of LSB compliance. As has been discussed
previously, someone needs to split the lsb package in server-side
stuff and other stuff (yes that would mean a system that used only the
first part would not be fully lsb compliant)

Alternatively... make it optional? Is LSB conformance required
for a minimal install?

IMHO LSB Core conformance should be required in minimal install


Why? LSB compliance should be an OPTION you can choose to have but it doesn't need to be there for a system work very well.


The LSB really has no value at all until you can assume that all systems comply. So yes you can make it optional, but doing so makes it useless baggage for everyone else too.

On the other hand, I'd really like to see a pre-install stage with the absolute minimum required to reboot and tell yum to get the other things you want.

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  Les Mikesell
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