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Bug#142622: marked as done (install-doc: correction in boot-new.sgml)

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Package: install-doc
Version: N/A; reported 2002-04-13
Severity: minor
Tags: patch

I've found out some typo problems in boot-new.sgml
Moreover There was some mistakes about Linux versus GNU/Linux

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				Pierre Machard
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--- boot-new.sgml	Sat Apr 13 08:51:38 2002
+++ boot-new.rev.sgml	Sat Apr 13 09:06:49 2002
@@ -3,11 +3,11 @@
 <chapt id="init-config">Booting Into Your New Debian System
-  <sect>&MSG-DISK-BOOT;
 <![ %i386 %sparc %alpha %hppa %s390 %mips %mipsel %arm [
-    <p>
-If you elect to make the hard disk boot directly to Linux, <![
+If you elect to make the hard disk boot directly to GNU/Linux, <![
 %supports-nfsroot [ and you are <em>not</em> installing a diskless
 workstation, ]]> you will be asked to install a master boot record. If
 you aren't using a boot manager (and this is probably the case if you
@@ -22,10 +22,10 @@
 If you answer &MSG-YES;, the next question will be whether you want to
-boot Linux automatically from the hard disk when you turn on your
+boot GNU/Linux automatically from the hard disk when you turn on your
 system. This sets Linux root partition to be the <em>bootable partition</em>
 &mdash; the one that will be loaded from the hard disk.
-    <p>
 Note that multiple operating system booting on a single machine is
 still something of a black art.  This document does not even attempt
 to document the various boot managers, which vary by architecture and
@@ -37,15 +37,15 @@
 <!--  for each architecture, talk very briefly about the boot loader, -->
 <!--  and how to recover your native OS if feasible -->
 <![ %i386 [
-    <p>
 The standard &architecture; boot loader is called ``LILO''.  It is a
 complex program which offers lots of functionality, including MS-DOS, NT,
 and OS/2 boot management.  Please carefully read the instructions in
 the directory <file>/usr/share/doc/lilo/</file> if you have special needs;
 also see the <url id="&url-lilo-howto;" name="LILO mini-HOWTO">.
-    <p>
 You can skip this step for now, and set the bootable partition later
-with the Linux <prgn>fdisk</prgn> or <prgn>activate</prgn> programs.
+with the GNU/Linux <prgn>fdisk</prgn> or <prgn>activate</prgn> programs.
 If you mess up and can no longer boot into MS-DOS, you'll need to use a
 MS-DOS boot disk and use the <tt>fdisk /mbr</tt> command to reinstall the
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
 <![ %m68k [ 
 For Macintosh, Atari, and Amiga systems, the original OS must be maintained 
-on the box and used to boot Linux. This step is not possible for these 
+on the box and used to boot GNU/Linux. This step is not possible for these 
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@
 need to rerun <prgn>silo</prgn> after installing a new kernel like you would
 with <prgn>LILO</prgn>. <prgn>SILO</prgn> can also read UFS partitions,
 which means it can boot SunOS/Solaris partitions aswell. This is useful
-if you want to install Linux along side an existing SunOS/Solaris install.
+if you want to install GNU/Linux along side an existing SunOS/Solaris install.
 <![ %powerpc [
@@ -106,15 +106,14 @@
 If the machine fails to boot after completing the installation, and
-stops with a `boot:' prompt, try typing <tt>Linux</tt> followed by
-&enterkey;. (The default boot configuration in <file/quik.conf/
-is labeled Linux). The labels defined in <file/quik.conf/ will be displayed
-if you press the <tt/Tab/ key at the boot: prompt. You can also try booting
-back into the installer, and editing the
+stops with a `boot:' prompt, try typing <tt>linux</tt> followed by
+&enterkey;. (The default boot configuration in <file>quik.conf</file>
+is labeled Linux). The labels defined in <file>quik.conf</file> will be 
+displayed if you press the <tt>Tab</tt> key at the boot: prompt. You can 
+also try booting back into the installer, and editing the
 <file>/target/etc/quik.conf</file> placed there by the previous
 &Make-Linux-Bootable-Directly-From-Hard-Disk; step. Clues for dealing
-with <prgn>quik</prgn> are available at <url
+with <prgn>quik</prgn> are available at <url id="&url-powerpc-quik-faq;">.
 To boot back into MacOS without resetting the nvram, type bye at the Open
@@ -142,8 +141,8 @@
 configuration.  To do this hold down the "command option p r" keys
 while cold booting the machine. 
-The labels defined in <file/yaboot.conf/ will be displayed
-if you press the <tt/Tab/ key at the boot: prompt. 
+The labels defined in <file>yaboot.conf</file> will be displayed
+if you press the <tt>Tab</tt> key at the boot: prompt. 
 Resetting OpenFirmware on G3 or G4 hardware will cause it to boot
 &debian; by default (if you correctly partitioned and placed the
@@ -265,7 +264,7 @@
 floppy, you will probably need to add some boot arguments.  If booting
 with the rescue floppy or similar technique, you need to specify
 <tt>rescue root=<var>root</var></tt>, where <var>root</var> is your
-root partition, such as ``/dev/sda1''.
+root partition, such as <file>/dev/sda1</file>.
 <![ %m68k [
@@ -324,7 +323,7 @@
 Unless you said &MSG-YES; to MD5 passwords, the system will ask whether
 you want to enable shadow passwords.  This is a system in which your
-Linux system is made to be a bit more secure.  In a system without
+GNU/Linux system is made to be a bit more secure.  In a system without
 shadow passwords, passwords are stored (encrypted) in a world-readable
 file, <file>/etc/passwd</file>.  This file has to be readable to
 anyone who can log in because it contains vital user information, for
@@ -411,7 +410,7 @@
 see below for detailed instructions.
 In order to setup PPP, you'll need to know the basics of file viewing
-and editing in Linux.  To view files, you should use
+and editing in GNU/Linux.  To view files, you should use
 <prgn>more</prgn>, and <prgn>zmore</prgn> for compressed files with a
 <tt>.gz</tt> extension.  For example, to view
 <file>README.debian.gz</file>, type <tt>zmore README.debian.gz</tt>.


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From: Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org>
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We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
boot-floppies, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

  to pool/main/b/boot-floppies/boot-floppies_3.0.23.dsc
  to pool/main/b/boot-floppies/boot-floppies_3.0.23.tar.gz
  to pool/main/b/boot-floppies/install-doc_3.0.23_powerpc.deb

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 142622@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org> (supplier of updated boot-floppies package)

(This message was generated automatically at their request; if you
believe that there is a problem with it please contact the archive
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Format: 1.7
Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 21:53:34 -0400
Source: boot-floppies
Binary: install-doc
Architecture: source powerpc
Version: 3.0.23
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <debian-boot@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Adam Di Carlo <aph@debian.org>
 install-doc - Documentation for Debian installation and release notes
Closes: 105621 139418 140980 141102 141497 142267 142305 142357 142473 142481 142622 142993 143046 143991 144267 144566 145904 146310 146479
 boot-floppies (3.0.23) unstable; urgency=low
   * Falk Hueffner:
     - Alpha: Use newer MILO images for pc164, ruffian and xlt. The older ones
       didn't work at all, so this shouldn't break anything
     - add myself as Alpha maintainer, remove inactive maintainers
   * Eduard Bloch:
     - German dbootstrap translation updates
     - documented keytimer option, USB keyboard instructions
     - changed the f6 boot message to show the keytimer option
     - changed f5 to show noapic option, and more general comment about modules
     - German release notes updated
     - changed SUITE (dbootstrap_settings) to woody
     - reviewed and repaired the initrd creating code (broken linuxrc handling,
       broken size calculation, broken real-root calculation, nowadays useless
       anyways); closes: #143046, #105621
     - modified udbootstrap to export TERM=vt102 where needed,
       closes: #142357, #142305
     - rewrote the other-boot-partitions-show dialog to look less confusing,
       closes: #140980 since we do not add new features
     - removed -q option from mkreiserfs call (obsolete)
     - made the mount routine fall back on reiserfs/ext2/3 check when XFS mount
       failed, closes: #142481
     - support for i2o-scsi devices, still needing a newer/patched makedev
     - changed german string in i18n chooser, request from Thomas Bliesener
   * Guido Guenther
     - add myself to the maintainers file for MIPS
     - remove addinitrd source from boot-floppies - we have a mips-utils
       package for that now
     - remove last references to mips-specials
     - mips: make sure we pick the correct linux.bin in release.sh
     - mips: someone changed linux to linux.bin in run_dvhtool; this "breaks"
       hd booting on mips, change reverted
   * Adam Di Carlo
     - docs: talk about language chooser step for those arches which have
       it; correct some problems in "supports dhcp" list; many SGML fixups
       in the translated manuals; move URLS into language-independant
       urls.ent; fix some URLS thanks to notification from James A. Treacy
     - Maintainers: small updates
     - alpha: build fix, the whole linux -> linux.bin thing
     - remove stale release notes from the sources, they were so old as to
       be useless anyhow; removed were de hr ja pl ru sk
     - enable Czech, Portuguese, Spanish and French release notes
     - enable Portuguese Install Manual
     - root fs building requires whiptail* and libnewt* 0.50.17-9.6 or
     - install.bat disabled for bf2.4 until loadlin is fixed
   * Phil Blundell
     - fix problems with RiscPC keyboard during base-config
     - stamp out linux*.bin from .changes file on arm
     - docs: update package counts in defaults.ent
   * Ethan Benson
     - verify powerpc mount points even for non-Linux native partitions
   * Stefan Gybas
     - s390: remove unneeded linux*.bin files in release directory
     - s390 documentation updates
   * Adam C Powell: belated credit for arm boot instructions
   * David Kimdon
     - add some more menuBox TRANS hints,  changed suggested length
       from ~70 to ~63 characters so boxes don't extend off the screen
   * Josip Rodin: changes to help with the production of web site docs
   * Matt Zimmerman
     - note use of rarpd for 2.4 kernels rather than kernel module;
       closes: #141102
     - correct debootstrap log path in S/390 issue; closes: #144566
   * Ben Collins
     - debootstrap msg was wrong -- SILO can and always has handled ext3
     - use piggyback for sparc tftp images instead of TILO
   * Erik Andersen: dbootstrap prevents kernel msgs from showing on console
   * Richard Hirst
     - change PA/RISC to PA-RISC; closes: #143991
     - ia64: increase initrd size to handle additional zh_TW language
     - add "nolangchooser" boot option to disable framebuffer
       since video=vga16:off doesn't work on all systems (e.g., m68k, hppa)
     - document nolangchooser in f7.txt and manual under dbootstrap options
     - doc build fixes
   * Santiago Vila
     - do not place unnecessary `defaults' in fstab; closes: #146479
   * Matt Kraai
     - document base system images
     - fix kernel install to/from NFS partition; closes: #142267
     - remove Nvidia bashing from manual; closes: #141497
     - correct driver disk counts; closes: #142993
   * Rod Stewart: corrections to arm boot instructions
   * Chris Tillman
     - grab applicable stuff from GPL'd Progeny manual
     - document loadlin/bf2.4 problem
     - fix /usr/doc references, add MacOS partitioning recommends
     - add hints for manual booting from powerpc CD and install-safe
     - remove Amiga & MacOS 68k linux partition creation instructions
     - add model numbers and link for nubus pmacs
     - run ispell on all English sgml docs, no meanings changed
     - add CD #1 isolinux comment, and musical chairs with CD kernel images
     - incorporate debian-mac.txt and remove it from cvs
     - add shutdown section in post-install and SLIP notes
     - hacked Eduard's mini-iso.sh script for powerpc
     - added suggestions for powerpc modules to pick
     - add warning about CONFIG_DEVFS to docs; closes: #139418
     - remove Make a Boot Floppy menu item for m68k and powerpc
     - add section talking about debconf and note xserver powerpc settings
     - add hint for SCSI CD-ROM users (isolinux); closes: #145904
     - remove references to non-US distribution; closes: #146310
   * Karsten Merker
     - docs: fixed driverdisk filenames for mipsel, various minor
       documentation fixes/typo corrections, added documentation about
       CD-ROM boot on mipsel
   * Antoni Bella: doc corrections
   * Ricardo Cárdenes
     - Spanish translations and activation of Spanish manual versions
     - update and enable Spanish dselect guide, by Jose Carlos Garcia
   * Claus Hindsgaul
     - Danish updates
     - Chinese zh_CN.po update thanks to malix <malixren@yahoo.com>
   * Jordi Mallach
     - Catalan updates
     - Catalan manual updates from Antoni Bella
     - Catalan release-notes updates by Ivan Vilata
   * Denis Barbier
     - French translations and updates
     - quotes added by po2sgml are l10n-ed; closes: #144267
     - replace www.linuxdoc.org by www.tldp.org in urls.ent
   * Pierre Machard
     - French updates
     - Linux -> GNU/Linux in boot-new.sgml; closes: #142622
   * French updates from Patrice Karatchentzeff, Philippe Batailler,
     Guillaume Allegre, Martin Quinson, Christian Couder
   * Junichi Uekawa: Japanese updates, truncate long lines; closes: #142473
   * Japanese updates from Tsutomu Saito, Kurasawa Nozomu, NAKANO Takeo,
     KISE Hiroshi
   * David Martínez: Spanish updates
   * Marcin Owsiany: Polish updates
 6156330516f0185daabf9b1771c1ed34 1709 devel extra boot-floppies_3.0.23.dsc
 ac2acdab87bef09f4d192bca7fb278bd 4077543 devel extra boot-floppies_3.0.23.tar.gz
 4d8878508d6737eebeaf54561a11d047 51744749 byhand - bf-arch_3.0.23_powerpc.tar.gz
 417b67d8097f09ef17bbe7ff180a193a 844 byhand - bf-archive-install_3.0.23_powerpc.sh
 35b1de2e620c54a6969d5cc1227da324 3849680 byhand - bf-doc_3.0.23_powerpc.tar.gz
 69fa0bb082836818306c172f88022962 23459 byhand - bf-misc_3.0.23_powerpc.tar.gz
 8856e1baecc5747cf31f6644a76dcdc2 71778 doc extra install-doc_3.0.23_powerpc.deb

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