bluca at vodka.it
Thu Oct 21 08:07:57 CEST 2010
On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 03:41:05PM +0200, Kristoffer Grundström wrote:
>For newbies I think it's a great idea to make the installer easy to understand.
>Therefor I'd like to suggest that the installer would function like a
>Do you intend to install Mageia on a:
>What arch does your CPU have?
>And so on..........................to tailor-make the installation
>after what he/she wants it to be like.
i think the current installer already guesses some of the above
>I know it would take some time to finish it, but the result will be in
i am afraid a newbie wont know the 'right' answer to most of the
>When it comes to the development of the unstable version, why not do
are you going to host them or your own mirror?
I'd rather provide something like jigdo, so users can build their own
>That would help users to install Mageia by NOT using the netboot-iso
>or by upgrading from the stable which isn't recommended today & to see
why is not upgrading from stable to cooker not recommended?
>where there are any issues. Sometimes the netboot-iso won't install
>'cause the mirror isn't answering properly.
with the existance of multiple mirrors the installer should be able to
switch to a different one if the current one fails.
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