Wouldn't it be interesting to make ubuntu more interresting for
companies by creating ubuntu-workstation
mdz at canonical.com
Mon Nov 15 23:35:03 CST 2004
On Mon, Nov 15, 2004 at 06:24:00PM +0100, Kristof Vansant wrote:
> Wouldn't it be interesting to make ubuntu more interresting for
> companies by creating ubuntu-workstation.
> has all the specific things you need for your work like gnome, xorg,
> openoffice, evolution, firefox, basic themes, basic xscreensavers.
> ubuntu-desktop includes all the packages that ubuntu-workstation also
> In ubuntu-desktop we put extra things that does not belong on a desktop
> at work (things that can piss of your boss :)) but is for at home:
In my experience, enterprises which are restrictive about what software to
install, also provide pre-installed images with exactly the set of software
that they will support. Is there truly a need for a "workstation" profile,
separate from other desktops?
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