[RULE] Deadlines and commitments

C David Rigby cdrigby at 9online.fr
Sun Mar 21 11:34:58 EET 2004

Oops.  Here is the second block of text containing Marco's description 
of the ideal slinky CD image.


M. Fioretti wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 20, 2004 16:13:30 PM +0100, C David Rigby  cdrigby at 9online.fr  wrote:
>>So what would be useful would be an already "up2date" RULE-based RH9
>>installer, all on a single CD.  In other words, a bootable CD that
>>included the RULE installer and all of the needed RPMs all on the
>>same disk, yes? Do you know what your target system for the
>>installation is?
> OK, this is the *ideal* solution, the one that would make me
> deliriously happy (as in "making RULE looking real good at the install
> fest of next saturday"):
>   I have the three original RH9 cdroms, so:
>   one iso with latest slinky for Red Hat 9 including:
>       latest abiword rpm (those announced by Ingo here some months
>       ago)
>       latest RH9 official kernel from RH, possibly in both i386/486
>       and pentium versions
>       latest official X rpm for RH9
>       kdrive rpm
>       koffice 1.3 (from source, I guess, no RH9 rpm available yet,
>       right?)
>   by wednesday afternoon, GMT +1 time (to have time to install on my
>   laptop and report to you all)
>   max 120 MB size (my USB stick...)
> Of course I know I *am* asking a lot. Everything you can do is OK,
> don't worry.
>>In other news, I am making my final comments on my previously
>>promised report on SPIP. It has gotten rather long, so I am going to
>>put it on the server and then post the link to the mailing list
> Great, thanks again!
> Later,
> 	Marco Fioretti

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