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Bug#247670: about your Debian installation report

I won't be able to test the latest installer due to shortage in disk 

I did look at my installation report and it seems mostly outdated. Some of 
the issues seem to be fixed and the rest are only wishes:

1. It would be nice if the installation disk will also function as a 
live cd for system recovery and disk partitioning tools like qtparted (at 
the moment I'm using "System Rescue CD")

2. Too bad that the modules for my WinModem are not installed during 
the initial installation. I guess that this won't happen as long as 
sl-modem is non-free. 

Consider this "bug" closed,

On Wed, 13 Oct 2004, Joey Hess wrote:

> Hello, I'm writing you because you filed an installation report a while ago
> on an old version of the debian installer. Your installation report was #247670
> and can be viewed online at <http://bugs.debian.org/247670>.
> Since you filed that report, we have released several much improved
> versions of the installer, including our first Release Candidate. We are in
> the final stages of preparing our second Release Candidate. I suspect that
> most or all of the problems you reported are fixed in the latest version of
> the installer, but we currently lack the manpower to check every
> installation report. So, I'd appreciate your help. 
> If you can, please go to <http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer> and
> download the latest release of the installer. Try another install and see
> if the problem you reported is still present. If you're able to test this,
> please send a mail to 247670@bugs.debian.org and report whether the problems
> you reported are fixed, or still present.
> If you're unable to do this test for whatever reason, please send a mail to
> 247670@bugs.debian.org and let us know, and we will try to look at your report
> in more detail.
> Thanks for your installation report and for your time.

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