Re: testing beyond Intel [PATCH]
> If not, ask smart questions
>  http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
I sincerely hope that what I've been asking so far are not viewed as
Here's my first feedback on the manual (since I have to read the manual
before I can start using the installer!)
It would be really nice if the html version of
the manual had a prominent link to a PDF or
plain-ascii-text version, for the sake of those
like me who have trouble reading large html
documents from CRT screens.
I'll have to read up on how to submit a bug-report on this. (Yes, I've
located the section of the installation manual that points to the other
manual that points to... and tells how to submit a bug report.)
In the mean time, I'll also be reading up on CVS and trying to figure
out how to generate my own PDF or text from the hints I've got so far.
Are there any other developer tools I should be reading up on in order
to get to the point of having a readable installation manual in hand?
Hopefully, all this will eventually lead to my being able to make a
useful contribution to testing the OldWorld PowerMac version of debian
installer -- which was the original aim, after all!
> You are right, we should update the "What can I do to help?" section.
> So it is attached...
> +An other way to help is test the Debian-Installer
> +on your hardware, especailly if you have access to none Intel computers.
> +Follow the instructions from
> + <a href="http://d-i.alioth.debian.org/manual/">the install manual</a>.
> + ( feedback on the manual is also welcome )