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Re: [K12OSN] flushing out my backlog... testing for version 4.1.1, followed by 3.2.0, then a 4.2.0 test build



On Fri, 2004-10-01 at 01:40, Eric Harrison wrote:

> But meta packages & distributing the K12LTSP-specific packages
> unbundled are a low priority. The whole point of K12LTSP,
> for the most part, is that is bundled all together.

Agreeed, but 99% of the bundling effect comes from those
scripts that do all the grunge work of setting the system up
after the programs are in place.  RPM dependencies may
not be a great way to tie everything together but I think
it should be sufficient and a lot more versatile than
cutting a new ISO image for every combination of distributions
and packages that someone might want.  You could, for example,
add client/server LDAP configuration packages or change most
of the things that have many-step HOWTO's on the wiki into
a single install command - and it would be automatically
maintained for everyone with changes in the respoitory.

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   Les Mikesell
    les futuresource com



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