> Liam Bedford wrote:
>> *blink* So, you have a cd that installs a server, with all the
>> required settings, up front. So if I asked you to produce a server
>> with gstreamer, streaming media servers, and rsyncd, you could produce
>>>> You start from a base point (minimal install of RHEL or ubuntu or
>> whatever) and add what you want.
>>>> I couldn't right off, but a little time with The Fine Manual should
> produce results. I've set up other servers from scratch (as in from
> source). A minimal install of one distro is much the same as a minimal
> install of another. Minimal is not default.
>And what was being discussed? the minimal/server install of ubuntu.
> Which distro has all the settings you require on install? This is not a
> troll - I'm genuinely interested in knowing what requires least effort.
> Laziness is the virtue that gives us all these elegant solutions :)
yum and apt-get. Though I think there are more packages available for
debian/ubuntu than RH. At least from the stock people, without having to
vist A N Other's Exxtreme Optimised DEB/RPM repo.
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