Re: [install report] 2.2.4-2000-01-03 (en) (A ToDo list)
>>>>> "Adam" == Adam Di Carlo <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Adam> email@example.com (Karl M. Hegbloom) writes:
>> I think that the "Pre-2.2 Linux Kernel Compatibility?" ought to
>> default to <No> rather than <Yes>.
Adam> Fixed in CVS.
>> When it went black to run `mke2fs' on the hard drive partition,
>> it stair-stepped. The terminal modes ought to be explicitly
>> set then to prevent it.
Adam> Cannot reproduce.
Nor can I. If I see it again, I'll let you know.
>> `netfetch' is pretty useless for installing the OS and modules,
>> since, even though it will allow you to configure the network,
>> (say something useful here) there is not a driver for the
>> network card installed, as far as I can tell.
Adam> Don't be so x86-centric. Alternatively, you can use it to
Adam> install base, after you have your enet driver loaded.
Oh, I see. On other platforms, the network card might be standard
enough that it's always built into the kernel. I never would have
thought of that.
>> In the paragraph printed by `emacs' and `vi', "you may" is
>> hanging off the right edge of the rest of the paragraph. It
>> should be reformatted.
Adam> No idea what you're talking about.
Alt-F2, vi, and it prints a message. The paragraph it prints is a
block of text several lines long, most of the lines are about the same width,
but one line is longer than the others, with a couple of words
hanging off to the right.
>> The /i386 directory is owned by group 1001, rather than `root'.
Adam> Cannot reproduce from CVS.