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Re: [opensuse-gnome] GNOME Fully loaded - Studio Image
- From: "Sankar P" <psankar@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2010 08:54:35 -0700
- Message-id: <4CD9BC13020000E7000179D2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Untz <vuntz@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 11/9/2010 at 07:19 PM, in message <20101109134946.GJ2016@xxxxxxxxx>,
Le lundi 08 novembre 2010, à 20:16 +0100, Vincent Untz a écrit :
Le lundi 08 novembre 2010, à 11:40 -0700, Sankar P a écrit :software added. However, the basic templates available in SUSE Studio seem to
I was trying to create a openSUSE GNOME based distro with a custom
not have a "GNOME fully loaded" option. I mean, a template that is similar to
the list of applications we install by default in a standard GNOME
installation from a openSUSE DVD.
OpenOffice/F-Spot installed by default. It lacks package parity with our
There was a popular "GNOME Reloaded" template, but it didnt had even
default DVD installation.
packages added, which I can just clone ?
Are there any Studio projects that anyone is having already, that has all
packages added ?
Is there any easy way (such as adding a pattern) which will give me all
added by default to the GNOME template. They are more important and lighter
Ideally we should ask the Studio team to have atleast Firefox and gedit
than some applications available by default (like Tomboy). May be we can
discuss this in the next openSUSE meeting ?
It's really just a bug in the GNOME Reloaded image: it doesn't contain
all the right patterns. That was mostly caused by a bug in Studio where
some patterns are not visible.
Btw, if you want to maintain the GNOME Reloaded image and make sure it's
awesome, I'm sure we can ask the Studio people to delegate that task to
I will be taking some important decisions of my professional life on the new
year and will let you know after that ;)
But this sounds a very tempting and useful thing to own up.
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