[Lubuntu-qa] One Button Installer improved with dialog menus and xz compression
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Tue Oct 29 18:12:40 UTC 2013
Hi Federico and other Lubuntu Users,
See replies inline and at the end.
On 2013-10-29 18:33, Federico Leoni wrote:
> Quick reply without quote:
> 1. Better leave the xorg config completely automated. I fear it will
> cause troubles on system with different GPU .
OK, so without UXA. Maybe I can supply a text file with the template in
the home directory of the OEM user.
> 2. Try to force another geo location or install without network up.
> 3. I'm on the dark side of OEM. I prefer tarball as is but it's a
> thing that we need to analyze more deeply in the future.
Well, do you think it is hard for end users to understand, that they
should click on that button at the top left corner of the desktop? And
would it be worth providing two versions?
> The wallpaper story let me think on customization, I mean, you added
> some goodies to your tarball on the past like htop or ubuntu tweak. If
> yours tarball are aimed for a specific target you can put what you
> want. If you want to share a "pure" *ubuntu then you need to stay to
> stock. Your call.
I chose to add some improvements that I prefer to use. One reason is
that there is no limit set by the size of the iso file to fit on a CD,
so it does not cost much to add a few packages and tweaks. Here is a
list of what I added.
*Everybody: Please give feedback about these tweaks*
TT alias touchpad-toggle
alias rm='rm -i'
the grub menu is shown (not hidden in a single boot system)
lxterminal in autostart (for the OEM user)
changed permissions of /media/oem to improve access to automounted
devices (for the OEM user)
alias l='ls -l' (for the OEM user)
template in fstab to uncomment for floppy
wooden-wall (changed default background)
If there is an opinion to provide a pure Lubuntu 13.10 system without
tweaks (only the OEM feature), I will make such a system.
By the way, I have also considered providing a Lubuntu tarball with
xubuntu-desktop installed, so a Lubuntu-Xubuntu tarball.
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