Quoting Diego de Soto (firstname.lastname@example.org): > To Whom It May Concern: > > In order to be fully updated regarding my wrangles with members of your association, I would suggest looking at the information compiled below, and then reading the rest of this message. You are talking to a group of individuals who develop *on their spare time* the installation system of the Debian project, which is developed by a larger group of indivuduals, on their spare time too. So, actually, threatening doesn't really mean anything and the only result is very likely having most of us annoyed enough by this phantom menace to not even bother answering. Your initial mail probably deserved an answer. However, the group of developers who work on Debian Installer is currently very small and we indeed fail to answer properly to all installation reports. We are very sorry for this but yelling out will not bring more resources to our team nor bring more motivation to answer your "complains". That report was mentioning "issues" about "network autoconfiguration failing". That issue is documented in the Debian installation manual and is not an issue at all. When this happens, you get the opportunity to configure the network manually with non dynamic addresses. The other issue you faced is very likely to be due to a corrupted installation media, or a corrupted network mirror.
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