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    Re: Woody’s install process (Score: 1)
    by Anonymous on Saturday, October 27 @ 14:07:55 BST

    I don’t think a graphical install will be a good idea.

    *You can make a easy console installation, i remember the redhat 5.2 install, it was very easy and without bugs. I don’t want to install X or the frame buffer for just the installation of debian on a server. Installation is not a common task, you did it just one time !

    The beauty of a graphical install is not important and the easy of use is not better than a console install.

    You can use the mouse in console with gpm if you don’t like tab + enter.

    *If a graphical install is developped, there will be a duplication of work because a console install is necessary. I think it’s more important to improve the hardware detection and the easy of the install with good explanations in differents languages than to make just a pretty install.

    sorry for my bad english


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