Moving w3m out of standard

Jim Tarvid tarvid at
Mon Jun 23 00:14:22 UTC 2008

On Sun, Jun 22, 2008 at 6:47 PM, Onno Benschop <onno at> wrote:

> On 21/06/08 14:53, Eric Hammond wrote:
> >
> > +1 for keeping server minimal or having a bare-bones option
> >
> > I've been maintaining a popular series of Ubuntu images for Amazon EC2
> > (listed at ).  I like to keep the base install
> > matching the Ubuntu server install as closely as possible so folks know
> > what to expect.
> This is an example of a server - use case.
> I thought the whole point of the survey we are in the process of getting
> together was to create real end-user data so we can make assessments on
> how to proceed with this question of inclusion vs. exclusion.
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Hardcore general purpose Internet website server.

Installed Command line installation from Alternate CD.
<>Used tasksel to install desired server packages
Generated package list with dpkg -l
Pulled list of installed packages on current server.
Ran diff to find those on current server not in command line install +
Pulled those packages which support tasks that could be done on a
Generated install script which was fairly short.

tasksel install dns-server
tasksel install lamp-server
tasksel install mail-server
tasksel install openssh-server
apt-get install bash-completion
apt-get install ca-certificates
apt-get install curl
apt-get install cvs
apt-get install cvsd
apt-get install finger
apt-get install imagemagick
apt-get install lftp
apt-get install mailman
apt-get install ntp
apt-get install patch
apt-get install php5-cgi
apt-get install php5-cli
apt-get install php5-curl
apt-get install php5-gd
apt-get install php5-imagick
apt-get install php5-imap
apt-get install php5-mcrypt
apt-get install php5-mysqli
apt-get install phpmyadmin
apt-get install php-pear
apt-get install procmail
apt-get install tree
apt-get install unzip
apt-get install vim
apt-get install vsftpd
apt-get install whois

Easier in some ways than a server install.

Jim Tarvid

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