On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 4:30 AM, Paulo de Souza Lima <firstname.lastname@example.org
2011/3/30 Jeff Chimene <email@example.com>
Pretty good for a quick hack!
I can suggest a few changes:
1. Use grep -i instead of grep -o
DIST=$(grep -i fedora <<< "$ID1")
2. I'd make is to force $DIST to lowercase and check against "mandriva"
DIST=`echo $DIST | tr A-Z a-z`
That way, you'll drop a few extraneous tests.
3. Ensure the script is run as root
Many thanks for your help, Jeff. I'm gonna make the changes and test it
Another suggestion I've just received is: Instead of making an entire DVD
with many packages users won't need, and make users donwload it (at least
1.8GB, in our case, 4 GB in north-america's DVD, I guess), a friend has
asked me to make just an script. That script could detect the same things,
download the necessary packages (about 250MB, or less) and install them
and/or built a DVD specific for that user.
What do you think?
Please forgive my ignorance, but isn't this what the BrOffice project does?
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