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Re: debian-installer mechanisms

In message <40487B16@AcornQA@pennine.demon.co.uk>
          AcornQA@pennine.demon.co.uk (Pennine Software - Acorn QA) wrote:

> 2004-03-01, Peter Naulls typed:
> > That a RiscPC might have a SCSI interface is probably
> > largely incidental.
> In what sense do you mean "largely incidental" ? On older RISC PCs,
> the SCSI interface may be the only way to access a CD drive, which

That it's largely irrelevant to the d-i mechanism.  It's just another
interface/storage device supported by Linux.  Of course the install
kernels will have support for it, but it's just not otherwise worth
mentioning unless the topic is specific SCSI cards that are supported.

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