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Bug#23806: marked as done (Install Problem)

Your message dated Sat, 02 Jan 1999 22:05:29 -0500
with message-id <E0zwdr8-0001mM-00@burrito.fake>
and subject line single floppy installation
has caused the attached bug report to be marked as done.

This means that you claim that the problem has been dealt with.
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bug report if necessary, and/or fix the problem forthwith.

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Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 23:03:50 +0200
From: Toni Mueller <support@oeko.net>
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Subject: Install Problem
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Package: bootdisk
Version: 1.3.1


I'd like to see Debian being intallable with only one floppy disk
over the network, eg. via FTP or NFS.

Reason: We get customer machines where we install Debian and some of them
don't have a CD. Playing with floppies is undesirable. 

For no good reason, but why do *bsd* systems have such installation methods
by default, and Linux doesn't?

Best Regards,


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