On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 10:08 AM, Jose Luis Zabalza <email@example.com> wrote:AFAIK, the bug (#608042) you are discussing has been fixed in git,
> 2011/1/26 joseangon <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Sorry, I was wrong files, je je, I'm very tired today.
>> I just wanted them to see that possibility. And now would align it so that
>> it can be used as "live" or "normal."
> Confirmed. This patch fix the problem and progress bar is showed again.
> I guest is not the best way to fix but it may give ideas of what
> causes the problem.
Also, the serious bug (#603974) has also been fixed in git. I have
been testing the new patches as they have been coming in and they are
This puts the live-installer in good shape, but whether it makes it
into Squeeze, or whether it will still be removed, I have no idea.
Personally, I think it would be a real shame if it does not make the
cut. Daniel and everyone else involved have put a lot of effort into
the live project and not having the live-installer in live Squeeze
images would suck (for want of a better word.) The live images offer a
great alternative to the normal Debian images and could make Debian
accessible to a new audience who might otherwise never give Debian a
Anyhow, here's hoping.
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