all inclusive, as there are still lots of services that could show up that aren't in the listing... like subversion.
I just installed everything from the distro in question to show that the list of available services is huge, and if you look at it, contains a lot of duplication. [ how many laptop battery monitoring tools do you need, or periodic command schedulers? ]
In the Trivia Geek's blog about the proposed script on installing linux one member commented about the suspend function not working for his laptop, as it required a windows partition. Maybe a different monitoring tool would have made it work. [ with 8 available to try you never know ]
a Listing that shows that there are options for almost every service shows that there may be a tool that will enable functionality in odd hardware, like a lot of laptops have.
Keep Up with TechRepublic