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On Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 01:32:01AM +0100, Martin Husemann wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 11:30:17PM +0000, Andrew Doran wrote:
> > - Need to look into enabling line editing and tab completion by default in
> > sh/ksh. If someone can figure it out a good way to do this by default, I
> > will be happy to absorb any flamage and commit the changes.
> It just works with /bin/sh right now in the default install (I don't use
> that shell myself, so I'm not sure what further changes you want though)
> > - sysinst needs some basic mods, the most important batch would be add a
> > menu to select normal/expert install, and following from that to make the
> > install easy by asking as few questions a possible.
> I can do any sysinst changes once we know what we want.
I think everything we know so far is noted on the wiki and on the list, and
Stephen has put forward some ideas for getting X going. To my mind the X
thing would be a second step, the first being getting a novice mode.
> > It should be ok to run
> > the dynamically linked sysinst straight out the build directory on an
> > existing, running system and install onto another disk.
> Easiest way for this type of changes is to compile sysinst with -DDEBGUG and
> run it against a vnd.
Ah, cool. I never considered that before.
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