seed changes + Squeeze
jani at ubuntu.com
Sat Mar 1 13:52:41 UTC 2008
> It also looks like we're including the "onBoard" and "onBoard Settings"
> applications. Those were just recently added, too, and may be
> contributing to the oversized ISOs.
It's ok to have those,and other accessibility related apps on the CD.
> By the way, I've tried out the updated version of Squeeze. I extracted
> some archives of different formats, and created a new archive. It
> worked just fine.
> If others agree that it works well, I would like for us to give Squeeze
> a shot as the default archive application (vs. file-roller). Could
> others test the updated version and report back on their experiences?
Does it have advantages over file roller? The fact it works well is a
minimum required from any app :) Does it integrate with thunar?
With file-roller updates will be handled for 3 years by Canonical.
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