Ralf Ertzinger wrote:
On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 01:54:22PM +0200, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
>Modern systems have a complex life, parameters need to be changed at any
>point of time, not only during 'initialisation'.
This does not make asking for these parameters explicitly at the time
the system comes up first a bad idea, doesn't it?
Ok, there a couple of problems with this approach.
* Firstboot is not available for non-graphical installations. Could be
solvable using a first login wizard
* The installer has been in general very easy to understand and follow.
These type of questions are not easily understood by end users to make
good choices on what to do. Might be better to just choose the "best"
option as default and push these choices into a advanced section/
provide them with documentation and a easy way to change the options
after the installation is complete.