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Offline excalibur1234

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Re: Request
« Reply #15 on: 09. May 2016, 21:43:20 »
you can also see an example of another community edition being prepared in this video:
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Re: Request
« Reply #16 on: 11. May 2016, 17:07:27 »

Point being, its much easier to just build a package, and use a default minimal edition.

You install the settings package locally after install.

What I am saying, why the hell do people want to build all these customized iso, if a simple settings package with their bling bling stuff will do? To be installed afterwards?

You tell me, if just creating a package  is over kill compared to building an entire iso? Think about it.

Frankly, I appreciate community efforts, but all these custom iso are in fact over kill.
If you want a basically static version that only updated half a year, and to keep it offline, arch or manjaro are not the best choice.

Aah, now I see what you mean. Yes, package instead of building iso at all is better solution. Then you won't even need a repo for it, but can just install package locally.