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1This seed provides the basic components that should be installed on an
2Ubuntu-family desktop system. It is expected to be supplemented with a
3particular flavour of desktop environment (e.g. GNOME, KDE, or XFCE).
4
5= Hardware and Architecture Support =
6
7== Architecture-independent ==
8
9 * alsa-base # needed for proper hardware detection (hotplug/blacklist.d, modprobe.d)
10 * alsa-utils           # basic audio support and mixer level handling
11 * (pcmciautils)        # PCMCIA support for >= 2.6.13-rc1 kernels
12 * inputattach          # needed for serial mice
13 * ubuntu-drivers-common # Make it harder to remove detection support, LP#704597
14
15Power management:
16
17 * (acpi-support)
18
19Bluetooth:
20TODO not for Xubuntu
21
22 * (bluez) # base for bluetooth support
23 * (bluez-cups)  # allow connecting to bluetooth printers from CUPS
24
25== armel ==
26
27 * apmd [armel]
28
29== ppc32, ppc64 ==
30
31 * pbbuttonsd [powerpc]
32
33= Console-Based Tools =
34
35These tools are very commonly used by people who drop into a console shell to do some work.
36
37 * bc
38 * genisoimage
39 * zip
40 * unzip                # also used for .zip support in file-roller
41
42= Network Services =
43
44Basic network services and Windows integration.
45
46 * wireless-tools
47 * rfkill              # No longer using the copy from wireless-tools (LP: #715309)
48 * wpasupplicant  # ScottJamesRemnant
49 * (libnss-mdns)       # IPv4 link-local DNS support
50 * ca-certificates     # common SSL certificates
51
52These packages help with system integration
53
54 * libsasl2-modules    # allows integration with MTA and login system
55 * (avahi-daemon)      # some people do not like it, and it is not essential
56
57= Printing =
58
59Printing and printer configuration is a real weak spot in Debian, and in Linux in general. We will need to stay at the front of the curve here.
60
61 * (cups)                     # our preferred printer management infrastructure
62 * (cups-bsd)                 # gives us lpc, lpq, lpr, lprm
63 * (cups-client)              # gives us cancel, cupstestppd, lp, lpoptions, lppasswd, lpstat, cupsaddsmb, accept, lpadmin, lpinfo, lpmove
64 * foomatic-db-compressed-ppds  # the foomatic printer driver database
65 * (cups-filters)
66 * openprinting-ppds            # Most common drivers we want in desktop; less common are in o-p-extra
67 * printer-driver-pnm2ppa       # several ppds require this
68 * ghostscript-x
69 * (hplip)                      # support for HP all-in-one printers
70 * (printer-driver-min12xxw)    # support for KonicaMinolta PagePro 1200W, 1300W printers
71 * (printer-driver-foo2zjs)     # support for printing to ZjStream-based printers
72 * (printer-driver-splix)       # support for Samsung lasers
73 * (printer-driver-pxljr)       # support for HP Color lasers
74 * (printer-driver-c2esp)       # support for Kodak injket printers
75 * (printer-driver-ptouch)      # support for Brother P-touch printers
76 * (printer-driver-sag-gdi)     # support for Rico Aficio SPxxxx printers
77 * (printer-driver-brlaser)     # support for some Brother laser printers
78
79= GUI infrastructure =
80
81Packages used for X preconfiguration are just Recommends; removing them after initial installation should be relatively safe.
82
83 * (laptop-detect)
84
85 * xorg                          # this includes xserver-xorg->xserver-xorg-{input|video}-* (no need to add specific drivers manually)
86 * !linux-image-*                # xorg transitively depends on this, but this would pull in grub-pc; we handle that separately
87 * xkb-data                      # XKB data now lives here
88
89Fonts:
90
91 * fonts-dejavu-core
92 * fonts-freefont-ttf
93 * (fonts-kacst-one)
94 * (fonts-takao-pgothic)
95 * (fonts-khmeros-core)
96 * (fonts-guru)
97 * (fonts-thai-tlwg)
98 * (fonts-lao)
99 * (ttf-ubuntu-font-family)
100 * (fonts-sil-padauk)
101 * (fonts-tibetan-machine)
102 * (fonts-sil-abyssinica)
103 * (fonts-lklug-sinhala)
104 * (ttf-ancient-fonts-symbola)
105
106= Debugging and Diagnostics =
107
108 * memtest86+
109
110= Firmware updating support =
111
112 * (fwupdate)
113
114= Other =
115
116 * anacron # generally appropriate for desktops
117 * (kerneloops-daemon) # watch for and allow reporting of kernel problems
118 * (policykit-desktop-privileges) # passwordless disk/CPU speed/time operations for admins
119 * libpam-systemd # logind, cross desktop compatibility
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