re livecd users

Jaqui Greenlees jaqui_greenlees at yahoo.ca
Tue Jul 17 21:41:29 PDT 2007


Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm aware that this is perhaps a little off-topic
for the -dev list, but
> I feel that this thread could really help future
development of the CD,
> so please bear with me and help me out with as much
feedback as you can
> muster. :)
> 
> The LiveCD project rarely hears much back from its
end users, unless
> someone has a problem booting, or understanding how
to use the CD, or
> having trouble building LFS (in which case they're
talking to the wrong
> list anyway).
> 
> The effect is that we really have no idea who uses
the CD, how useful
> certain features/aspects of it are, what things may
need to be improved
> and so on. So please, if you use the LFS LiveCD,
please reply to this
> thread (on whatever list you read it), and if
possible, provide the
> following info:
> 
> 1) What version of the CD do you use/have?

I always get the latest version available
 
> 2) What do you use the CD most for?

Complete builds
 
> 3) What are the most useful parts of the CD to you?

The entire toolset.

> 4) What is the most annoying or useless bits of the
CD?

The default resolution in X

> 5) What would you change/add/improve?

The boot time options documentation on the cd at boot
time.
This would solve most of the issues I have seen posted
with the cd.

> Of course any other thoughts or comments are
welcome. We really just
> need to get an idea of how useful our project is to
the community. If
> it's too much work to answer the above, just a short
reply saying you
> use the CD would be helpful, too.
> 

How about a big thanks to Alexander, he is excellent
in helping when anyone asks for it.


danged server down for the reply I have been trying to
send for the last half hour :(

Jaqui



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