sciyoshi at gmail.com
Fri Jul 7 14:35:01 BST 2006
If you mean Instlux, then yea, it would be nice. Feel free to update
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MigrationAssistance too. :-)
On 7/7/06, Jordi Massaguer i Pla <jjordicat at yahoo.es> wrote:
> I guess I should create a wiki page for that, isn't
> --- Scott White <scott.w.white at gmail.com> escribió:
> > First let me say I think this is a brilliant idea.
> > Regardless of the system
> > the user is migrating from, to have an application
> > navigate you through this
> > process, at least partially, would be amazing.
> > There are many technical challenges in order to
> > accomplish this, but putting
> > those aside, I would think the first step would be
> > to create a User Story or
> > Use Case for how this ought to work. Afterwards the
> > technical
> > implementations can become fleshed out.
> > One use case I could think of would be like this:
> > User inserts disc into PC, and shortly thereafter a
> > Welcome screen comes up
> > introducing the user to Ubuntu and explaining the
> > process it will be going
> > through.
> > The user is notified that the system will reboot
> > shortly in order to
> > continue the installation. Upon reboot the system
> > navigates the user
> > through a process of partitioning the users hard
> > drive (though the verbage
> > for this can be simplified).
> > After the installation resizes the users primary
> > partition (whether that be
> > Windows or Mac) the installation the partitions the
> > desired space remaining
> > and proceeds to install a bootloader then Ubuntu
> > itself.
> > There could also be a use case for users that desire
> > to "completely replace
> > windows". The other use case can be called:
> > "Install alongside Windows".
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