Author: chillfan Date: CC: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [DNG] Added desktop-live to the install guides
I was thinking about wether this would be useful too. If I remember I didn't do this with the original guide because unetbootin has more than one way of doing things, which may just confuse users. But if they did include Devuan as a target that might solve the issue, depending what people think on using unetbootin.
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On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 9:25 PM, info at smallinnovations dot nl <info@???> wrote:
> On 01-01-19 22:04, chillfan--- via Dng wrote:
> > > Validating the images is optional but I think it's useful to tell people how this is done for those that want it. That part could easily be rewritten to be optional and a recommendation only. That's my suggestion for this anyway. So something like:
> > Installation images distributed by Devuan are signed so that they can be verified as coming from Devuan. As an optional step you can verify images to let you know they have not been altered prior to you receiving them.
> > My preference would be for us not to repeat ourselves on the website in favour of simplicity, and instead just link to what we need in the intro.
> > About dd, I think that should be mentioned because otherwise users will look elsewhere and when it doesn't work they'll think our images are broken (this issue has come up before). So for users convenience and to be sure they are using dd correctly, we should provide those instructions.
> > Whilst we will have more information and documentation for new users, I don't think we should write Windows guides. I think that would lead us more in the direction of ubuntu and others who adopted systemd.
> > Cheers,
> > chillfan
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> > On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 7:51 PM, golinux@??? wrote:
> > We do not have to write specific Windows guides to mention Unetbootin
> which will work for Linux, Windows and Mac.
> > Of course we will have to tell the authors of Unetbootin to add Devuan
> to the pre-selected distros to make it complete.
> > Grtz.
> > Nick
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