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Re: Usage Requirements Discussion for 2.0
- Subject: Re: Usage Requirements Discussion for 2.0
- From: Bob Miller <..hidden..>
- Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2010 11:51:57 -0800
I am curious if the front end you envision is something that would be
easy enough for the casual end user to be able to install the components
they are looking for, or if such an interface would require some linux
knowledge, thereby leaving it in the realm of administrators.
I don't really have a preference, so much, just curious...
I would also not be opposed to testing such software, but not on a
production system. I can do mail servers and asterisk servers fairly
well, but postgres and accounting are still relatively new things to me
comparatively, so until I am more confident with both of these fields, I
am not sure I would catch a problem before it became too late. I would
be interested in installing and migrating my data into it to see what
On Sun, 2010-03-07 at 18:19 +0800, David Godfrey wrote:
> Luke wrote:
> > On Sat, 6 Mar 2010, Chris Travers wrote:
> >> 1) Would you like to see an interface included in the default
> >> installation for tracking addon modules and installing them?
> > My gut reaction to that is: yes, why ever not?
> > The problem is: how? It is likely that some of those are going to require
> > some extra PERL modules, and surely you don't propose trying to audomate
> > that.
> This is a difficult issue, there is no question.
> Luke as you are aware I am currently trying to complete a set of install
> scripts to complement the existing (for 1.3) make script that will allow
> correct installation of lsmb on a new system of any (linux) flavor.
> It can be extended to work on a windows/bsd/unix platform as well, the
> only thing required to do so is someone that is prepared to test, and
> help debug any issues.
> Once this suit of scripts is complete, it will allow perl modules to be
> installed in a slightly better manner.
> By default installing from distribution vendor packages, and if a
> package is not available then via CPAN. Other options should be easily
> added, if there are any.
> This is all customizable per operating system, and in the event that a
> particular user wants to alter how it is done, or even choose to just
> have a file generated listing modules that need to be installed, they
> can do so.
> At this time it is written as a console based script, but could easily
> have a web front end added.
> I would be interested on everyones thoughts for this.
> David G
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