Rodney T. Quillo
imcocoy at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 13:53:23 BST 2009
+1 :) Good thing to have this.
On Tuesday 31 March 2009 20:46:26 Mark Shuttleworth wrote:
> Chuck Short wrote:
> > Yes we can do that.
> OK, +1 then to leaving the commands (and huge dependency set) out of the
> image, with command-not-found support to make it easy for folks to
> discover the right packages.
> We can revisit if a lightweight and widely adopted standard
> implementation emerges which doesn't have the heavy dependency list.
> > Regards
> > chuck
> > Mark Shuttleworth wrote:
> >> Chuck, could we add the ec2 commands to the command-not-found
> >> database? I don't know when and how that is generated, but it would
> >> mean that people who type such a command get told exactly which
> >> package to install to get it. For example:
> >> $ traceroute news.com
> >> The program 'traceroute' can be found in the following packages:
> >> * traceroute
> >> * traceroute-nanog
> >> Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>
> >> bash: traceroute: command not found
> >> Mark
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