On 09.04.2014 20:51, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2014-04-09 18:03, Jim Henderson wrote:
On Wed, 09 Apr 2014 17:38:32 +0200, jdd wrote:
clearly said that it's not possible... so why ask again for the
I don't think Carlos' opinion about the practicality is an
statement, unless I missed something else.
It is, however, more or less what people from SUSE (IIRC) said time ago,
when asked, because it is not the first time it is asked.
There's no reason that someone else
couldn't do it, but the project
itself doesn't want to do this because of the overhead of testing that
would be incurred. But as an OSS project, it's certainly something that
someone who wanted to take on those tasks could do.
The build process is pretty public, so it's
not like building the
official media is some sort of closely-guarded secret.
I would not know where to find a description of the whole process.
thanks all for the discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of a
remastered installation DVD. It is a major concern of mine.
I think I can give a try to create an openSUSE Remastered DVD as an
openSUSE project (if no one dares). My issue for now. How to create a
remastered DVD and what should I consider? I want to find out how it
works in the practice. Theoretically, there is a solution for
It would be great if the person can contacted to me that have involved
to create the official installation DVD. :-)
Kind regards, Sebastian - openSUSE Member (Freespacer)
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