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Bug#68021: can't locate module when installing compact flavour



Hi.

In <20000801181902.Q24512@tausq.org>,
  on Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:19:02 -0700,
    on Bug#68021: can't locate module when installing compact flavour,
 Randolph Chung <tausq@debian.org> wrote:

> > I boot from a 2.2.17-compact boot disk and use the standard root disk.
> 
> There is a root disk that goes with the compact boot disk. Are you
> saying you didn't use that?

How about adding a note on README-compact and release-note.sgml ?

--- /Work/tmp/potato-make/chk/boot-floppies/cvs/boot-floppies/documentation/README-compact	Fri May  5 08:29:17 2000
+++ ./README-compact	Wed Aug  2 19:06:18 2000
@@ -1,6 +1,9 @@
 The compact flavor contains a thinner, trimmer, stripped down kernel
 for the boot floppies.  It is geared towards modern PCs.
 
+When using this flavor, it is important to keep the same set for rescue, 
+root, and driver disks. Combination of flavors will be problematic.
+
 It does not include support for math emulation, sound, joysticks,
 video4linux, and other drivers not essential for installation.  In
 addition, this kernel lacks support for the microchannel bus, APM,
--- /Work/tmp/potato-make/chk/boot-floppies/cvs/boot-floppies/documentation/release-notes.sgml	Tue Jul 25 21:02:46 2000
+++ ./release-notes.sgml	Wed Aug  2 19:06:19 2000
@@ -127,7 +127,9 @@
     the root and rescue disks need to be made. Finally, `compact' also
     supports several common RAID controllers: DAC960, and Compaq's SMART2
     RAID controllers. The `compact' flavor includes one rescue, one root and
-    one driver disks.
+    one driver disks. When using this flavor, it is important to keep the
+    same set for rescue, root, and driver disks. Combination of flavors
+    will be problematic.
 
   <tag>`idepci'
     <item>Kernel that supports only IDE and PCI devices (and a very small


Regards.
-- 
  Taketoshi Sano: <sano@debian.org>,<sano@debian.or.jp>,<kgh12351@nifty.ne.jp>




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