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Bug#28308: marked as done (dinstall fails to work with "proprietary cdrom")

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From: Vitez Gabor <gabor@swszl.szkp.uni-miskolc.hu>
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Subject: dinstall fails to work with "proprietary cdrom"
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Package: dinstall
Version: 2.0(?)

dinstall in Debian 2.0 fails to work proprietary cdroms, when it should
install the "Operating system kernel and modules". When selecting
proprietary cdrom it will ask for the drvxxxx.bin file, but fails to read
it from a floppy disk. It will simply take you back to the start of the
installation procedure. Copying drvxxxx.bin to the hdd, and using the
appropriate method, we could work-around this problem.
The bug was repeatable on multiple systems.

		Gabor Vitez

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