drago01 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 3 13:49:32 UTC 2007
David Nielsen wrote:
> fre, 02 02 2007 kl. 18:01 +0100, skrev dragoran:
>> monty19@ hotmail.com wrote:
>>> Not necessarilly a bug, but a question as to why the development
>>> packages are not an option to install on the Desktop disc? It seems
>>> like a perfectly reasonable thing to want to install development
>>> software on a desktop afterall...
>> see this thread (about gcc in Desktop)
>> for me a developer is a desktop user but others seem to disagree
> If you are a developer you can either install it on your own
its no problem to do yum install gcc foo-devel if you have a internet
connection (which I have) but others dont ....
> or use a
> spin that is intended for your use case if it's so important that you
> get it by default
this spin does not exists (yet)
even for non developers I think atleast kernel-devel and gcc should be
on the media to make it possible to build and install external modules
> (remember you generally will need all the -devel
> packages as well).
not all but the ones needed.
> - David Nielsen
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