autopartkit_0.34_i386.changes is NEW
(new) autopartkit_0.34.dsc standard debian-installer
(new) autopartkit_0.34.tar.gz standard debian-installer
(new) autopartkit_0.34_i386.udeb standard debian-installer
Automatically Partition Hard Drives (unsafe)
This module will automatically partition the harddrive on which you wish
to install Debian GNU/Linux. It will keep any existing partition and use
the free space available. If there is no space it will try to resize
FAT partition (but it'll leave around 25% free space in each FAT
At the present time is uses only libparted and is therefore limited to
architecture supported by libparted (i386 only?).
autopartkit is a minimal package used by debian-installer.
Changes: autopartkit (0.34) unstable; urgency=low
* Get the package working with libparted 1.6.
* Change default filesystem from ext3 to ext2. I was wrong
thinking ext3 was supported in libparted 1.6.
* Add forgotten postinst script.
* Make it easier to select default disk label type at run time.
* Use 'msdos' disk label type on platforms where the proper type is
unknown. This avoids a compile error on these platforms.
* Log default disk label type.
* Code cleanup to avoid some compile warnings.
* Reinsert versioned depend on po-debconf. This will make sure the
templates use UTF-8.
* Add more specific depend for virtual package libcdebconf-dev.
* Remove yes/no from autopartkit/confirm template, correct spelling.
* Make sure PED_DONE() is called on successfull termination.
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