[Mageia-dev] dual iso content

Sander Lepik sander.lepik at eesti.ee
Mon Apr 4 20:35:04 CEST 2011

04.04.2011 20:59, Maarten Vanraes kirjutas:
> Op maandag 04 april 2011 16:45:24 schreef Anne nicolas:
>> 2011/4/4 Wolfgang Bornath <molch.b at googlemail.com>:
>>> 2011/4/4 Anne nicolas <ennael at mageia.org>:
>>>> 2011/4/4 Antoine Pitrou <solipsis at pitrou.net>:
>>>>> On Mon, 4 Apr 2011 14:13:43 +0200
>>>>> Anne nicolas <ennael at mageia.org> wrote:
>>>>>>> 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
>>>>>> iso
>>>>> Well, I'm a programmer myself and I can't get used to either vi or
>>>>> emacs. So when I have to edit stuff in a console, I'm pretty much stuck
>>>>> with nano or jpico.
>>>>> (of course, once I have a graphic desktop running, I use Kate ;-))
>>>> okok looks like it's a good day :) nano is inside. Still 7 Mo available
>>> Is there a rescue option already included? Not with all bells&whistles
>>> but enough to do First Aid (booting a system, mounting partitions,
>>> editing config files)?
>> yes as for all isos using traditional installer
>>> --
>>> wobo
> how about using the 8Mo left for sshd and passwd in rescue? (it should only 
> take 2.5Mo according to (i think blino) about a year ago) (x2 for each arch)


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