Install kernel-desktop from Live CD (GNOME and KDE).
Hello, actually OpenSUSE 11.4, and 12.1 install kernel-desktop from the standard DVD installer, at least if user choose to install a graphical desktop environment such KDE or GNOME. But I have found that Live CDs (GNOME and KDE) install kernel-default, this haven't got much sense for me. I think Live GNOME and Live KDE mediums should also install kernel-desktop by default instead of kernel-default.
Most of the people who install a system from a Live GNOME or Live KDE CD do it because they are installing in a Desktop computer, therefore kernel-desktop is better optimized by this kind of computers.
How many servers will use the Live GNOME or the Live KDE mediums to install?
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