On Wed, 09 Apr 2014 14:19:52 +0200, jdd wrote:
Le 09/04/2014 14:03, Greg Freemyer a écrit :
Installs from a susestudio boot media are all or
nothing. So if you
put every package available in OSS and OSS-update on the DVD or thumb
drive, then the installer will put all of them on your hard drive.
Definitely not what I want.
did this change recently? I used to add package one by one in the past
No, but again, you're not talking about the same thing.
Building images in SUSE Studio is not the same as installing from the
SUSE Studio builds runnable images. The only installation options are
either a live installer or a preinstall ISO (which has a full image on it
that's copied over the contents of a hard drive).
There is no "select specific packages or patterns" when you install from
a SUSE Studio-generated ISO or media.
Install a system from the installation DVD, then install from a live
image, and you'll clearly see the difference. The installation DVD has
more packages than live media (because live media has a fully operational
system on it).
Until you've actually done an installation from the installation media,
you won't understand what any of us are talking about here with regards
to a "remastered" DVD. What Sebastian's question is is about updating
the installation DVD media with updated packages. Until you understand
that *that* is specifically what he's asking about (and not live media
with a live media installer on it), you're having an entirely different
discussion than the rest of us.
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