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Re: [gNewSense-users] gNS Delta -H

From: Kevin Dean
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] gNS Delta -H
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2008 15:00:37 -0500

I know that the FSF uses (or wanted to use) gNewSense on their servers
and long ago I looked at making an installer for gNewSense but
personal issues stopped my research into that.

Gobuntu uses the alternative installer and IIRC the goal was to base
off of Gobuntu. It seems pretty logical to me that we WILL have
gNS-ized installer from Gobuntu, and then build the LiveCD's from
that. Of course, this is only my understanding and not canon, so
please take that with a grain of salt.

On Feb 13, 2008 2:56 PM, Luis Alberto Guzman <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi, i've been reading about the gNS flavors issue, if the gnome is the
> defaul or if kde will appear on this release, in any case
> I would like to say something that suddenly got my attention and  i have
> seen before.
> I've been installing gNS and Ubuntu on some friends PCs, and i noticed
> that when i first installed gNS everything was all right, the i
> installed Ubuntu 7.04 and i barely could installed from the LiveCD (it
> took ages), then recently i did try Ubuntu 7.10 (some guys think that
> gNS is quite old, and try it on the Delta-H release), well, the point is
> that now days 7.10 can't be installed on a 256 ram computer, i think is
> not enough memory for the whole process (it requires a Alternetive CD to
> install).
> If the things goes like these on every Ubuntu release the will need even
> more RAM.
> My concern is that how will these reflects on gNewSense.
> Will we need an Alternate CD too?
> (With the incoming releases)
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