Re: Identical Package-list
- From: Sundar Nagarajan <sundar.personal@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2007 03:19:45 -0700
das দাশ wrote:
On Fri, 2007-08-24 at 18:43 -0700, Sundar Nagarajan wrote:
You should have an identical package list (or close enough).
Your method is really very nice. We were trying to create an uniform and
chosen environment for some machines, mainly keeping in mind young
students. It was exactly the thing that I was searching for. And because
the work is done through the text file ubuntu-files, we can edit and
fine-tune it too.
Only one thing. Many people like you suggest so many nice system things
here on the list. Do you people apply your Debian experience and skill
here in Ubuntu? What is a good documentation on Ubuntu system? Till now
I could not get any comprehensive one. The ubuntu-guide thing is good,
but mainly the stress is on GUI and packages. Should I better read
I have been using Linux for quite a while (since 1993), and I used to
use Mandriva (formerly Mandrake) and before that Red Hat, Slackware. I
switched to Ubuntu about 1.5 yrs ago, and I have never looked back. One
of the things I like about Ubuntu is that it is Debian inside and it
remains true to the Debian "way". I love the Debian philosophy, policy
and the Ubuntu community.
Your question is very relevant, and I believe it is very useful to be
familiar with the standard policies and principles underlying the design
of Debian. When I switched to Ubuntu (Debian), I used the following URLs
to familiarize myself with the Debian Way:
I also bought this book, which I have found invaluable:
Maybe these will be useful to you (and others on this list) also.
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