I am putting together a minimal fedora 14 with LXDE, so far it is only about 170MB disk image.
According to the documentation
the @core and @base groups are automatically selected. Further down the line it says --nobase means do not auto-select the @base group.
1- Now my first question is why
result in different outcome? The latter size is bigger actually and includes much more number of packages.
2- How the dependencies are resolved? For example I want to see selecting what package results in bringing systemd-units. Is there any application that gets the .ks configuration file and shows the path between selection of package x and inclusion of package y as a result?
3- Since I have been using Ubuntu before, what was the first version of Fedora that started using upstart rather than plain SystemV scripts? I know F15 is using systemd, but my F14 spins use upstart, I find that by looking at the /etc/inittab file with no gettys.