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Bug#110255: marked as done (correction for the Installation Manual)

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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 2.2.25

correction for the Installation Manual:

section: 3.3.1

 the ' PC Hardware FAQ' doesn't exist at the given location:

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Subject: bugs closed in boot-floppies 3.0.14
Organization: onShore Development, Inc
From: Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore-devel.com>
Date: 25 Sep 2001 15:54:35 -0400
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We believe the problem you reported has been closed in boot-flopppies
3.0.14.  The changelog is included below.  We invite you to test that
new version.  If your problem is still occuring, we can reopen the
bug, or you can file a new one.

...Adam Di Carlo..<adam@onshore-devel.com>...<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>

 boot-floppies (3.0.14) unstable; urgency=3Dlow
   * Stefan Gybas
     - use kernel 2.4.7 on s390
     - tweaked contents of s390 initrd
     - ignore devfs partitons in libfdisk
   * Gerhard Tonn
     - add support for IBM partition table on s390
     - add support for rescue disk
     - .tar-place-holder file added
     - use kernel/modules 2.4.7 on s390
     - special inittab.install for s390 added
   * David Kimdon
     - add clearer instructions for driver-# floppies from
       Bernie Boudet <bboudet@foobar.clara.co.uk>
       closes: #106201
     - 2 Danish translation updates thanks to
       Claus Hindsgaul <claus_h@image.dk>
     - update url of PC Hardware FAQ; closes: #110255
     - make tftpboot images for i386; closes: #108103
     - fix missing fdisk.txt; closes: #107598
     - document 'Report a Problem' menu choice
     - Policy: do debug mode if DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS says so
   * Phil Blundell
     - use glibc 2.2.4 for arm
     - bump RiscPC root disks to 4200 blocks, and netwinder to 4000,
       so modules and i18n support will fit
     - include adfs.o and floppy.o on arm root disks; actually try to
       load the SCSI modules added back in 3.0.8
     - detect revision J/K SA-110 chips; if found, advise the user
       that trouble may lie ahead
     - try to stop `images-2.88' popping up in the arm files list
     - arm 2.4.5 kernel doesn't seem too stable; drop back to 2.2.19
       for netwinder and riscpc (shark is only supported in 2.4)
     - try to make arm builds work with USE_LANGUAGE_CHOOSER
   * Eduard Bloch:
     - reformated German boot message to fit on 80x25
     - German translation updates
     - started building udma100-ext3 flavor on i386, ext3 autodetection
     - user query about ReiserFS v2, fs selection fixes
     - updated copyright year in the f10.txt files; closes: #110710
     - integrated testing parted option on i386_udma-100 flavor.
   * Christian T. Steigies
     - m68k: add arch specific posttask to make amiboot and dmesg executable
   * Ethan Benson
     - Make build fail if rootimage is larger then the floppy image.
     - Redesign filesystem creation/mounting to cleanly, and dynamically
       support multiple filesystems, redo the ext3/reiserfs code.
       Now dbootstrap will offer a menubox list of supported filesystems.
       A filesystem is offered as a choice when both a) the running kernel
       supports it, and b) there is a mkfs for that filesystem.  If only Ex=
       is supported the behavior is exactly as its always been.
     - Add is_filesystem_supported() function to util.c.
     - Add XFS filesystem support.
     - Fix partition mounting so it works properly again.
     - Remove bogus and non-existent reiserfs partition type, reiserfs is
       not, and should not get its own partition type, it should use the
       "Linux Native" partition types that already exist on most/all
       architectures.  The redesigned mounting code does this.
     - Redo fstab generation to work properly with multiple filesystems.
     - Moved is_fstype() function out of baseconfig.c and into util.c.  Its
       useful elsewhere (now also used in bootconfig.c).
     - Quik setup aborts if root partition is not ext2.
     - Eliminate ioctl messages that were spewed all over the screen
       during kernel installation.  (perror() -> ERRMSG() don't use
       perror() in boot-floppies!)
     - Check for parted correctly.
     - Remove ddisk and cfdisk from pmac root floppy, we don't need them and
       there is not sufficient space.
   * Richard Hirst
     - redirect info output from downloadpkg() to stderr, so offline_mode=
       works again
     - ia64 now uses kernel 2.4.9 and libc 2.2.4
     - hppa now uses kernel 2.4.9
     - ia64 now uses compressed kernels
     - hppa: move vmlinux symlink in to /boot for palo
     - ia64 and hppa: add a kernel-choice section to docs
     - ia64 now uses mckinley-smp kernel
     - ia64: add efi/boot/bootia64.efi to rescue.bin
     - hppa: add warning about 2GB limit for /boot to PALO screen.
   * Adam Di Carlo:
     - only include reiserprogs stuff on the reiserfs flavor; this may help
       with the 1.2MB images
     - fix minor SGML build issues
     - integrate and rework patch from Samy PERSEHAIE, now you can set
       KBD in config when you build, and that still will be suppressed
       during installation; obviously, that is turned off by default
     - also from Samy PERSEHAIE, French listed as a Latin-1 language
     - similarly, R=FCdiger Kuhlmann pointed out German should be there too;
       I'm sure there are many more, I wish someone would just do a full
       pass over that...; closes: #112569
     - synchronize, for all architectures, the keymaps we ship and the
       keymaps used by dbootstrap; closes: #84388, #109925
   * Chris Tillman
     - numerous documentation fixes and updates
   * Marcin Owsiany
     - various language chooser fixes; this is reputed to work now,
       although the on-screen fonts are scrambled

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