[Mageia-dev] dual iso content

Anne nicolas ennael at mageia.org
Mon Apr 4 14:13:43 CEST 2011

2011/4/4 Thomas Lottmann <skipercooker at gmail.com>:
> Le 04/04/2011 13:44, James Kerr a écrit :
>> On 04/04/11 10:49, Donald Stewart wrote:
>>> On 4 April 2011 10:35, Anne nicolas<ennael at mageia.org> wrote:
>>>> Hi there
>>>> While working on beta1 isos, looks like recent improvement in deps
>>>> management for base system made some more free space. I know have 30
>>>> Mo available to add more packages. Just keep in mind that dual content
>>>> is both 32 and 64 bits and focus on minimal installation and
>>>> diagnostic tools
>>>> Here is the current list:
>>>> http://zarb.org/~ennael/mageia-dual-1-Beta1-dual.idx
>>>> Feel free to comment
>>>> Cheers
>>>> --
>>>> Anne
>>>> http://www.mageia.org
>>> mc would be nice. Otherwise the list looks good.
>> I agree. nano would also be useful. (At least one of those two should be
>> included.) A few of us still haven't mastered vi. :)
> I don't want to start a flamewar or something, but keep in mind that there
> are several people, pretty much unexperienced with Linux and keyboard
> shortcuts or combining them. They might be lost or in difficulty if nano is
> installed on it's own. mc or mcedit isn't too heavy and so easy to use that
> it would be a good idea, in my opinion, to include it.
> This is from my own experience. Now, I can manage to learn how to use nano
> or vi (I use emacs personally), but editing in text console was such a pain
> when I started using Linux until I found out about mcedit. So...
> Couldn't it be possible to installed both mcedit (basic) and nano (advanced)
> then? Its not like if they were heavy...

dual iso is not planned to target unexperienced users.... no
proprietary drivers, very minimal interface... So even if I can
understand your explanation it seems to be a bit off topic for this



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