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Description of problem:
System-config-packages has been around since RedHat 8. That is about
two years. And for two years I have been waiting for
system-config-packages having a button somewhere allowing to see ALL
the packages forming the distribution (instead of a third of them)
and allowing to add or remove support of a language (ie install all the
internationalized doc and fonts for that language and the components
On a multiCD distribution it is _not_ acceptable to have some two
thirds of the distribution not covered by package-installer and thus
forcing the user to deal with dependecies by hand.
Today this lack of basic functionality after two years is a bug and
that is why I am putting this on bugs to be fixed instead of in
Request for Enhancement.
An RFE would be the possibility of interfacing with third party
software (and solve their dependencies when they are about software
shipped in that release of RedHat/Fedora) or external repositories a
This is not about bells and whistles but about basic functionality we
need in order to be able to advocate use of RedHat/Fedora with a
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Fire the thing and look at all you can't do with it
Expected Results: User should be able to see that "unimportant"
software in CD4 and he also should be able to remove everything
related to Chinese or Korean after he performed an "install everything"
Some of this exists in FC4 (language support groups). Other parts will land as
part of the new tool being developed for FC5