Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Re: is memtest86+ useful in ubuntu-standard ?

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On 01/21/2014 02:06 PM, Colin Watson wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 04:00:25PM -0500, Scott Moser wrote:
>> On Tue, 21 Jan 2014, Colin Watson wrote:
>>> I think memtest86+ is a great example of something that we might want in
>>> the default server install but not in cloud images; so my favoured
>>> option here would be simply to move memtest86+ to the desktop-common and
>>> server seeds, which I believe will cause it to vanish from the cloud
>>> images as things are currently configured.
>> Well, for one reason or another, that I'm not completely sure of, the
>> cloud image build process using live-build explicitly declares the 'server'
>> as a task to install.
> That strikes me as a historical artifact, and probably worth cleaning
> up.
Indeed, it is purely historical. When we moved from vmbuilder to
live-build, the package sets were copied straight over. That said, it is
trivial to make this change.

>> So moving memtest86+ to server wont really help.
>>
>> So I guess I just need to remove -server from the tasks that are installed
>> by the cloud-image build process, and then add to cloud-image seed
>> anything that is in server seed that we want.
> Sounds good to me!
>

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