If I understand the question correctly, I would vote for the following
on server installs:
- fewer manual prompts during an installation
- less stuff installed by default
- easy installation of of features I want after the install is done so I
can satisfy all my different use cases
I think Ubuntu has done a pretty good job at all of this so far
David Portwood wrote:
> I would add this, I'm sure we could all come up with valid use cases.
> David P.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mathias Gug" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, September 19, 2008 2:45 PM
> Subject: Creating a encrypted directory during the server installation
>> Now that EncryptedPrivateDirectory  has been implemented by Dustin
>> Kirkland a new screen has been added to the ubuntu-server installer .
>> The question comes after information for the first user has been
>> gathered (Name, login and password).
>> Does it makes sense to add that step in the ubuntu-server installer ?
>> : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EncryptedPrivateDirectory
>> : http://people.ubuntu.com/~mathiaz/setup_encrypted_dir.png
>> Mathias Gug
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