Maciej Żenczykowski spake the following on 8/3/2007 12:29 PM: > I agree. Although it is not my decision, I think the "polite" thing to do > > would be to leave the CentOS trademarks out, but give adequate and > glowing > credit to the CentOS developers that made the OS possible. Just like the > CentOS developers do to upstream whenever they can. > > > I think that depends on the project, for mythtv I expect this would > mostly be a matter > of building many packages for a (mostly) unmodified base centos system. > As such > you could probably have most of these in a base 'centimyth' repo, and > pull the rest > directly from the centos repos. I think some sort of logo being a > merger of the centos > logo and mythtv logos would be most appropriate here. Of course this > would require > approval from the dev team. In Axel's or Dag's case I expect such > approval would be > for the most part a formality (but would still need to be given!)... > For other projects... who knows ;-) > > [can you see the trust I have for atrpms, dag and rpmforge? Thanks for > the awesome work guys] > > Now going back to getting CentOS5 working on a santa rosa macbook pro > (out of the box even the > network card doesn't work). > > Cheers, > Maciej > > I think the ideal thing would be a base Centos install, add a "mythtv.repo" by rpm, and yum groupinstall myth-tv and have it all come together. But the original poster seemed to want to make a separate distro to boot from cd and install a working system. -- MailScanner is like deodorant... You hope everybody uses it, and you notice quickly if they don't!!!!