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Re: Minimal Install issue in Wiki
You're welcome! I think it's not your fault and I'm very happy to be a part
of the team :).
I agree with you too. Actually "sudo apt-get install
--no-install-recommends lubuntu-desktop" is the command I always use
because I don't have time to remove the applications I don't use (like
ace-of-penguins game, gnome-mplayer...).
I think we should give some explaintions in the wiki. If reader wants a
full Lubuntu desktop, just use "sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop", if
he/she wants a minimal desktop and then add new applications by
him/herself, so just use "sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends
TRẦN Duy Hùng
On 28 December 2011 14:01, Jared Norris <jrnorris@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 28 December 2011 13:46, Hùng Trần <nguyentieuhau@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I just checked our Minimal Install guide
> > at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/DocumentationHelp/MinimalInstall.
> > I don't know why we use "sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends
> > lubuntu-desktop" command to install Lubuntu. With
> > we only have Lubuntu with PCManFM, Leafpad, LXTerminal, Synaptic, Update
> > Manager and Preferred Applications.
> > As I understand, Minimal Install is for people who want to get a full
> > Lubuntu desktop by installing via a Ubuntu minimal CD or USB because they
> > can't use Ubiquity.
> > Using "--no-install-recommends" could make newbie confused when their
> > desktops almost have nothing.
> > Regards,
> > TRẦN Duy Hùng
> > http://www.nguyentieuhau.com/
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> My understanding is different although I don't know which of us is
> correct. For mine if all you're trying to do is avoid Ubiquity then
> why not just use the alternate installer? To me the minimal
> installation is just that, the bare minimum. From what I understand
> the minimum install is aimed at REALLY low end computers or people not
> wanting to download lots of data over the internet. If you have a
> really low end computer you only want the bare minimum, if you don't
> want to download large ISOs why would you want to download all the
> other stuff anyway?
> I'm happy to be proved wrong but I just have a different understanding
> and hoping to clear the issue for both our sakes.
> Jared Norris JP(Qual) BBehSc(Psych)