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Re: Getting started with d-i?

For starters, take a look at 


As for not touching your drive, there used to be a "make demo" but i'm
not sure if its still there. I'm sure there is still a lot that you
can do without actually doing an install. 

On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 11:48:51AM -0500, Joel Konkle-Parker wrote:
> After browsing the Debian todo list, I'm interested in helping out any 
> way I can with the debian-installer project. How do I get started with 
> it? I have a current Woody/XP Pro dual-boot system with no extra 
> partitions to play with. Can I help with the installer without touching 
> my hard drive? Or is there a way to simulate a partition and try to 
> install it on that?
> I'm basically just looking for some advice on how to contribute here. 
> I'm not officially a Debian Developer, although I'm certainly interested.

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