Hello, I am looking to do an installation of OEM system once I finished X packages installed, I want a GUI that appears at startup and which offers choices like in ubuntu.
I have a few computers set up and provide the staff of the company where I work, it old 2.4Gh celeron with 512MB RAM, 40G hard drive.
I tried Xubuntu but it's too slow, so I think a archbang.
I have 10 computers to give or has put the trash.
Last edited by tcham (2012-06-13 04:14:26)
I want a GUI that appears at startup and which offers choices like in ubuntu.
How are your GUI creation skills?
Are you asking if something like this already exists? If so, I don't think so, but you'd probably have better luck searching the Arch forums
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would be mainly about setting the root password and creating a user, right ? maybe you just could create a simple shell script for this and execute it somehow before SLIM is started ... or copy out that part from the installer ? don't think there is something like an OEM installer in the Arch universe, yet
Maybe you can investigate the chakra installer that uses a nice gui interface for installation.
I have seen quite a few people asking the same question and promising to work on this but nothing has surfaced yet,
so I guess it isn't easy to realize.
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I wish I could afford was the end user:
create an account
put a password
select the keyboard language and the system
I think we need a programmer to create this interface.
I am not a programmer.
I am a computer technician, my programming skills are limited
Why not just install with a generic user called "user" or similar with a password as "password". Then give instructions on how to create a new user to the recipient of the computer. Most likely they would never add the new user.
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