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Why not include the commands for:
 
Why not include the commands for:
You've checked the Porteus .xzm modules we built for Byzantium out of SVN, installed, and enabled them.
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*You've checked the Porteus .xzm modules we built for Byzantium out of SVN, installed, and enabled them.
You've checked the source tree for Byzantium out of the Git repository.
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*You've checked the source tree for Byzantium out of the Git repository.
  
 
Also, if porteus doesn't provide sudo, then... you must be root? In that case why not just omit "sudo" and note at the beginning of the page that you must be root?
 
Also, if porteus doesn't provide sudo, then... you must be root? In that case why not just omit "sudo" and note at the beginning of the page that you must be root?
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And THEN, if all that is ok, why not just line them all up in a script and say "hey, download and run this script as root on a clean install of porteus!"
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--[[User:Xaqrox|Xaqrox]] 20:19, 10 October 2011 (UTC)
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The Slackware sudo package is now in SVN.
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--[[User:Drwho|The Doctor]] 23:42, 1 November 2011 (EDT)

Latest revision as of 19:44, 1 November 2011

Why not include the commands for:

  • You've checked the Porteus .xzm modules we built for Byzantium out of SVN, installed, and enabled them.
  • You've checked the source tree for Byzantium out of the Git repository.

Also, if porteus doesn't provide sudo, then... you must be root? In that case why not just omit "sudo" and note at the beginning of the page that you must be root?

And THEN, if all that is ok, why not just line them all up in a script and say "hey, download and run this script as root on a clean install of porteus!" --Xaqrox 20:19, 10 October 2011 (UTC)

The Slackware sudo package is now in SVN. --The Doctor 23:42, 1 November 2011 (EDT)