Inclusion of more language packs.
coryisatm at nc.rr.com
Sun Feb 24 15:47:40 GMT 2008
hollunder at gmx.at wrote:
> On Sun, 24 Feb 2008 10:21:57 -0500
> "Cory K." <coryisatm at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>> hollunder at gmx.at wrote:
>>> It would probably be fine to have a small ubuntu install that
>>> includes all the basic stuff and a way to add the 'studio' stuff
>>> (on a meta-package base like -audio, -video, -graphics?).
>>> Would it be possible to use stuff like apt-on-CD or Jigdo for that
>> For people without DVD drives you can use a Ubuntu disk as a base.
>> Someone can also create their own AptOnCD disk and host it if they
>> like. Though, I only see it being useful for people without DVD
>> drives. If you're on dialup, you would still have to download the
>> same data at some point.
> Not necessarily. A base that really is just a base + one or more
> specialised apt-on-cd things could be a fair bit smaller.
Like base+ubuntustudio-audio? It has been suggested and will not be
done. Doing a audio-only distro isn't what we set out to do and there
were many other projects doing it when we started. Most now throw much
more on their disks and even moved to DVDs.
But like I said, there are other issues out of our control that force us
to a single disk.
> I don't know the capabilities of jigdo, or if there is some kind of
> net-install that could work in a reasonable way.
> Something like that sounds saner to me than doing it the apt-on-cd way.
Yes. I'm not sure what it does also but I think we filed a bug on this
because a team member felt it was important. I'll let Luke chime in on
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