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Old 17th July 2004, 01:11 AM
Quella Offline
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Automated Package Install Question

I at times wipe out my Linux install and re-install (VMWare). In doing this I always select to do a custom install and then go through the packages I want and do not want. My question is this, can one select the packages and when done save these for future installs? In much the same way you can choose "Server, workstation, ...) I would like to have a custom "My List" of packages. If this is not something that can be done, I would ask that it be an option in future releases. Maybe at the end of the selection process you have a button asking if you wish to save the list of packages as a file.

Just a question I thought someone here could answer.

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Old 17th July 2004, 01:52 AM
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you can make a kickstart image after a fresh install ...

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