After you start KDE with:
Is it necessary to do anything else to make KDE start automatically after the reboot? I ask it, because as far as I know using init.d is just like running a command. Nothing is kept. So, next time you boot your PC you might still need to run the command again.
I think KDE will be installed just by the simple command
Am I wrong? All dependencies of course will be automatically added.
The rest is your own script for things you believe are important, right? Like some sound installation you mention:
apt-get install alsa alsa-utils
So, It would be nice if you could mention what are the other things you have added to the script and that is not necessary to install KDE. This way, we could add just what we think is important.
Do you have any script for light graphical interfaces with menu?
Thanks a lot for your repply.