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Bug#281923: Install report: successfull


On Thu, Nov 18, 2004 at 12:48:48PM -0500, Joey Hess wrote:
> Luca Capello wrote:
>> Nothing more to say about the installation itself: on this machine all worked
>> well and the installation process was very easy. The French transaltion seems
>> ok
>> (even if I'm not French mother-language), probably when you choose the method
>> for the installation, CD-Rom should be left as /CD-Rom/ and not translated as
>> /c?d?rom/.
> Do you remember where you saw that? I cannot seem to find it in any of
> our french translations.
I'm not sure, but it should be not a part of the Debian-installer
itself, but after the first reboot, when you have installed the base
system, then the installation process continues asking you about
root/user accounts and all the other stuffs. One question is how you
want to install (better, upgrade?) the other packages: via HTTP, FTP,

Next week I should install Debian on another machine (an IBM ThinkPad
T42p laptop), so if I wasn't clear I can check where it is.

>> I didn't try to install a desktop environment (I installed later the Xserver,
>> GNOME and so on, manually selecting the packages I need and X11 automatically
>> worked with the 'nv' open source driver), but I'd like to have the
>> possibility to choose singolar component of the desktop environment.
>> Let's say:
>>     [x] Desktop Environment
>>      [x] X server
>>      [x] GNOME
>>      [ ] KDE
> If you want to do this, choose manual package selection. You can also
> select the destkop task to start off this it all install and manual
> selection to remove bits.
As I wrote on my installation report, I know that I can choose manual
selection, but this is not user-friendly. Just IMHO, I mean, it could be
an improvement, but not necessary.

Thx, bye,
Gismo / Luca

PS, you can close this bug when you want, the installation itself didn't
have any problem ;-)

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