[SM-Discuss] openssl dependency
hgreig at bigpond.net.au
Fri Apr 2 11:39:31 EST 2004
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On Sat, 3 Apr 2004 02:27, Eric Sandall wrote:
> Quoting Mathieu L <lejatorn at linuxmail.org>:
> > -->Thanks, all I was hoping for was the needed sources (lynx or links +
> > openssl) to be in the ISO, afterwards I can manage to cast that correctly
> > I assume (since I already did it once :-)).
> > Thanks again for having taken this request into account, that really
> > shows a lot about SMGL quality and the great work of its developpers.
> > /Lejatorn.
> We try to make SMGL useful, and user-feedback is how we do that. ;) I'm not
> sure about having openssl on there, though, as we'd like to keep it small.
> However, I believe encrypted connections (at least for wireless) are
> becoming more prolific and so we may need openssl for more and more people
> to connect. I don't mind if the ISO increases in size a little, especially
> after some of the trimming that has gone on, I just don't want to start
> adding Python or emacs to the ISO. ;)
I have added openssl because it is needed for openssh, and I added openssh,
and nfs-utils to the optional list so remote admin was possible immediately
because opensll and openssh are optional, adding a https text/console browser
is no drama (my links-twibright cache is only 1.9MB)
I don't know if I will add it to the iso_root, but a cache and optional
install is fine.
215MB is the magic limit I am working to, the size of a mini-cd. (if this
isn't the right size, then tell me and spank Seth)
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