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On the download page https://wiki.CentOS.org/Download it lists: DVD, Minimal, Everything, LiveGNOME, LiveKDE.

Where can I find the lists of packages contained in each one without downloading and extracting them? Is there a repo with the scripts that make them maybe?

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    Well, lists of packages are not really important wrt Everything (it has everything listed in the /os/ directory on mirror.CentOS.org) .. or DVD, as DVD has everything that can be installed via the GUI installer on that DVD.

    It does happen that the files used to create those ISOs are here
    (minimal, dvd):

    http://bit.ly/2dSMP4A

    The LiveGNOME nad LiveKDE create scripts are here:

    http://bit.ly/2dZFMqk

    Thanks, Johnny Hughes

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    They live in a different branch:

    http://bit.ly/2dFmXJB

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    Not that you are doing this .. BUT .. please remember that if one uses packages not created and signed by CentOS team (or an ISO not spun by an approved SIG) then the compose IS NOT CentOS .. That you can not add in your own stuff and compose and distribute and still call the ISO CentOS.

    We do want people to use CentOS as a basis for installing their community software, so we want people to use CentOS AND add their stuff properly.

    Just not on a single install where it looks like the CentOS Project is providing the ISO. So, a normal install followed by an install of ‘Your Software’ is ‘Your Software’ ‘on CentOS Linux’ .. not CentOS Linux. It is only CentOS if the first install completes and only things created by the CentOS team or an authorized SIG is in that install.

    You can label you own local spins however you want .. but if you are distributing it, please follow our guidelines:

    https://www.CentOS.org/legal/trademarks/

    –5Fd4R4Fr8DqiiRWG23BrxwtcWNGrKrkwC

  • Am 11.10.2016 um 15:36 schrieb Johnny Hughes :

    Its good to keep this communicated. Personally I want compose a livemedia for a bare-metal recovery scenario …

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