clone 255439 -1 -2 submitter -1 Sven Luther <firstname.lastname@example.org> submitter -2 Sven Luther <email@example.com> retitle -1 xserver-xfree86: [debconf] set subarchitecture-based Macintosh defaults for keyboard on m68k and powerpc Macs retitle -2 xserver-xfree86: [debconf] permit blank answers for monitor sync ranges reassign -1 xserver-xfree86 reassign -2 xserver-xfree86 severity -1 wishlist severity -2 wishlist thanks On Fri, Aug 20, 2004 at 10:11:34AM +0200, Sven Luther wrote: > Am checking with the 5964 (Radeon 9200 SE) right now on a cleanly installed > d-i install without any of the extra tasksel desktop stuff. A first few comments : > > 1) i still get proposed a macintosh keyboard by default. i need an pc105 > one. Maybe it would be possible to check the subarch, if it is a pmac, then > propose macintosh, if not, then propose pcXXX stuff. Yes. Something similar should be done for m68k Macs. They need to use "macintosh_old", since 2.4 isn't available for that subarch. Debian 68k guys, is it reasonable to expect 2.6 m68k Mac kernels to use Linux keycodes by default? Cloning a bug for this. > 2) it proposed me the us keyboard. Maybe this could be taken from the chosen > language used for the console and found in the debconf database ? Yes; there have been several bugs filed about this already, so I'm not cloning a new one. See #238778, #239827, #242321, and #242605. > 3) it is not possible to propose an empty monitor lines. I have a DVI > connected LCD flat panel, and comenting out the monitor frequencies works > best. Cloning a bug for this. d-i guys, I'm done with this bug (#255439) if you want to close it. -- G. Branden Robinson | "There is no gravity in space." Debian GNU/Linux | "Then how could astronauts walk firstname.lastname@example.org | around on the Moon?" http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | "Because they wore heavy boots."
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