On 1/11/07, David Zeuthen <davidz(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-01-11 at 14:02 -0500, Andy Gospodarek wrote:
> > I've had similar thoughts centered around making a bootable CD that has
> > all the tools necessary to start doing C/C++ development. The students
> > could have usb keys for their active projects so the PC's don't need
> > storage and they also don't need to be maintained by anyone.
> Right, this is entirely possible to do with livecd-tools; just, as
> Thomas says, fedora-livecd-development would be a good name and it would
> most likely just be like fedora-livecd-desktop; e.g. build upon
> fedora-livecd-gnome. Literally, it wouldn't take very long to do this.
Yup and it's begun.
I'm not an expert on fedora development packages but I've looked at
base/comps.xml and I've filtered out only mandatory packages for
development group to create fedora-livecd-development.conf
I'm building one as we speak. :)
We should release live CD's for some very common set and a bunch of
different configuration to build the usual set of images that folks ask
along with good documentation within the pilgrim package itself.