On Tue, 08 Apr 2008 15:27:59 +0200, Michael Schmarck wrote:
> It really depends on, from what side you're coming. If you want
> just a few packages, then all is well with the current approach.
> If you, however, want everything but a few packages, then the
> current approach isn't so fine anymore.
Do as previously suggested and use individual meta packages instead of
the all-encompassing kde-meta, or use a mixture of meta and individual
packages (that is what I do).
If you just want to omit a couple of packages, try package.provided. This
is not what it is meant for, but I have used it to exclude kppp and
> I do understand that there's a reason why it is the way it is,
> but this does not mean, that I have to like it, does it?
Of course not
Handy Guide to Modern Science:
1. If it's green or it wiggles, it's biology.
2. If it stinks, it's chemistry.
3. If it doesn't work, it's physics.