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Re: [SLE] package installs, .sel files
- From: heroron@xxxxxxxxx (Ron Heron)
- Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2000 20:40:04 -0700 (PDT)
- Message-id: <20000826034004.10965.qmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I think this is an excellent idea. At first, I
wouldn't be a contributor, but one that could really
use this. As others have noted, I completely stink at
package selection! This would be a great way for
people such as myself to get off to a good starting
point, and being able to contribute later down the
Thanks, good idea, and I hope it goes through.
--- "S.Toms" <tomas@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone thought of creating .sel
> files for the various
> types of installs and versions. Some sort of file
> archive of various types
> of installs for networks, workstations with X,
> workstations without X,
> routers, fileservers, mailservers, ftp servers, http
> servers, etc.. so
> that the .sel files only contain what is necessary
> to create the various
> types of systems I mentioned.
> I think that would be a meaningful project that
> many of us could
> contribute to, maybe have a seperate directory for
> each version in the
> ftp.suse.com server, ie:
> kinda like that.
> At one point I started doing something similar
> myself, following the
> SuSE dependencies. So I have various sel files for a
> samba/mail server, a
> firewall and workstations. But how valuable would
> somethng like this be to
> other SuSE users??
> For those of you who don't know what the .sel
> files are, these are files
> that contain listings of all packages to be
> installed depending on the
> system you would like to have installed. Think back
> to when you first
> installed SuSE, you had the options for a KDE
> system, Gnome system,
> network system, base install, etc..
> S.Toms - tomas@xxxxxxxxxxxx -
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