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Debian Boot Floppies CVS: boot-floppies koptein

CVSROOT:	/cvs/debian-boot
Module name:	boot-floppies
Changes by:	koptein	1999-10-20 00:15:37

Modified files:
	scripts/basedisks: PACKAGES_all 

Log message:
* added fbset

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On Tue, Oct 19, 1999 at 08:13:18PM -0400 , Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> Petr Cech <cech@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz> writes:
> > hmm. Quick hack is to comment out the offending line in
> > makefile ($(shell find $(archive) -type f )).
> > Could it matter that the archive mirror has also some additional
> > subdirs (like base/OTHER and such)?
> I don't think anyone else is getting this... can you run 'make check'
> and that succeeds?

I just moved the subdirs from the mirror and it is working.

> > 2) Handling of non-english languages.  dbootstrap defines
> Where?

I thought that it was. Sorry I haven't checked the new boot-floppies very

But that in the bootstrap en_US.iso-8859-1 is translated using .po
really got me.

> That would be cumbersome and difficult to maintain.  Why not just set
yes it would.

> LANG from LINGUA properly?  I used to have this in
> documentation/Makefile, but it's not needed anymore.  Shouldn't this
> be in the top level makefile perhaps?

Oh. It would work. But instead there sould be
LINGUA=$(shell echo $(CORRECTLANG) | sed -e 's/\(.*\)_.*/\1/') # cs
LANG=$(shell echo $(CORRECTLANG) | sed -e 's/\([^.]*\).*/\1/') # cs_CZ

				Petr Cech
Debian GNU/Linux maintainer - www.debian.{org,cz}

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