Amateur radio Spin
d.sastre.medina at gmail.com
Fri May 1 11:18:51 EDT 2020
With regards to inclusion of packages in the spin, I'd love to have electrical
engineering related packages in it as well.
>From what I can see in:
# dnf group info "Electronic Lab"
Included packages seem to be internally managed via RPM @groups, if so,
electrical engineering packages could be optional.
What do you think?
I agree GNOME can be a bit too much for low spec machines, but I also
can be different use cases for the spin, e.g., headless installation.
Could the spin's installer provide logic for that? In the end, the
desktop of choice is
basically another RPM @group.
(There seems to be logic in the installer for that in some flavours already)
On Fri, May 1, 2020 at 2:49 PM Corey Sheldon (WA1EM)
<sheldon.corey at gmail.com> wrote:
> Personally, I'd go for a xfce or even dare I say it lxqt resouce wise
> for the radio spin.
> Corey WA1EM
> On 5/1/20 12:47 PM, Ben Williams wrote:
> > ok so has anyone have any feedback on the iso?
> > my opinion is that gnome is way too heavy for this application. I can
> > see ham grabbing our spin and putting it on who knows what hardware
> > and the resource requirments will leave a bad taste in their mouths
> > in the coming days i will produce a mate, xfce radio spin for testing
> > Ben KK4EWT
> > On 4/29/20 3:13 PM, Ben Williams wrote:
> >> ok guys i had a few minutes today so i did some cooking test and see
> >> what we need to do
> >> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/14Kgyf3gHLlD0RM1D-Pe1ZgPjyXsg2ZW_
> >> Ben KK4EWT
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