Re: Installation manual bugs
John Plate <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> It is stated in Installation from DOS partition:
> Get the following files from your nearest Debian FTP mirror and put
> them into a directory on your DOS partition: images-1.20/rescue.bin,
> images-1.20/safe/rescue.bin images-1. 44/rescue.bin,
> images-1.44/safe/rescue.bin images-1.44/compact/rescue. bin
> images-1.44/udma66/rescue.bin images-1.44/idepci/rescue.bin images-2.
> 88/rescue.bin images-2.88/compact/rescue.bin
> images-2.88/udma66/rescue. bin images-2.88/idepci/rescue.bin ,
> images-1.20/root.bin, images-1.20/ safe/root.bin, images-1.44/root.bin
> images-1.44/safe/root.bin images-1. 44/compact/root.bin
> images-1.44/udma66/root.bin images-1.44/idepci/root. bin ,
> drivers.tgz, base2_2.tgz, linux, install.bat and loadlin.exe.
> Is that really needed?
> In section 5.6.2
> Disks are named base14-1.bin, should be base-1.bin
Bruce Sass is working on resyncing all mentioned file names, some of
which haven't been updated since Slink, to Potato for those
architectures (not m68k and arm) which have versions available in the
repository to check against.
> In section 6.2
> "%1.4 Mb" should be 1.4 Mb
> When installing from diskettes, the installer happily accepts the
> base-n.bin diskettes instead of driver-n.bin.
That's a tough one. It's a bug. Maybe you could file a bug for
this. I don't know if we'll be able to fix it, however.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>