[Pkg-doc-linux-devel] Bug#164792: doc-linux-html: Should be re-titled: Low diskspace problem -- install in smaller chunx!
grok <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Fri, 06 May 2005 18:06:37 -0400
Followup-For: Bug #164792
I understand the original bug-filer's point: This package throws the
entire unzipped contents into /usr before even beginning to replace
things (AFAIK). And of course, too, the maintainer needs to maintain his
I don't actually know the methodology involved in installing such a
humungous package; but isn't it possible to arrange the install
script(s) so that *sections* of the documentation replace *just* their
antecedents, in an orderly progression? So that people who think they
have just enuff diskspace at, say 50-60MB don't keep getting a nasty
This really is a bug in a kinda big way, for small systems.