Currently, installing EasyUbuntu is very confusing for the user. Users don't know how to open a terminal. Users also want a menu icon.


EasyUbuntu needs to have a package, so that anyone can download it and install EasyUbuntu in a few clicks,and also be able to launch EasyUbuntu from a icon.

Use cases

* Jim doesn't want to open a terminal just to install EasyUbuntu. He uses the GUI all the time.
* Joe wants to have multiple people administrate a computer and also run EasyUbuntu.



There will be one package containing everything. There will be two programs installed in /usr/bin: * /usr/bin/easyubuntu-gnome - For running EasyUbuntu in GNOME
* /usr/bin/easyubuntu-kde - For running EasyUbuntu in KDE
There will be two menu .desktop files for GNOME and KDE that shows only in GNOME and KDE respectively, and runs the right program.



Data preservation and migration

Unresolved issues

BoF agenda and discussion


EasyUbuntu/Package (last edited 2008-08-06 16:17:16 by localhost)