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Bug#129791: marked as done (Debian SID installs LILO always into MBR, even if I choose to install in the roots bootsector)



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Package: install

I was installing Debian SID from a current CD-Image and after that said that 
it should install LILO into the bootsector of the root-partition (in my case 
hda7).
It always installed it into the MBR hda.

I could reproduce this bug several times on two different PCs.

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Subject: Debian SID installs LILO always into MBR, even if I choose to install in the roots bootsector
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The bug you reported should be closed as of the most recent
boot-floppies packages available in woody.  Please do retest with the
most recent (3.0.22).

In the future if you would use the package 'boot-floppies' rather than
'install' that would make less work for us.  Thanks.

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


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