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Bug#158422: marked as done ([fw: suggestions for ch1, Woody Install x86])



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Package: boot-floppies
Severity: wishlist

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From: "Lloyd D Budd" <linux@foolswisdom.org>
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Hello,

I have made some suggestions for the 1st chapter of the Woody x86 install
doc.  I did not get all the way through, before I got overwhelmed, and
already had the product installed.  My suggestions are presented here in the
order that they would appear in the document.  Although, I understand that
the translations are excellent, I have used some energy to try and consider
people that are not native English speakers in my word choose.

Also, could you please contact the appropriate ppl to have
http://www.debian.org/releases/woody/i386/
to identify the architecture near the top of the page.


Enjoy,
Lloyd D Budd


**title:

> Installing Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 For Intel x86
Installing Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 for Personal Computers (x86)


**Abstract:

> This document contains installation instructions for the
> Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 system, for the Intel x86 ("i386") architecture.
> It also contains pointers to more information and information on
> how to make the most of your new Debian system.
This document is intented for people new to installing the Debian GNU/Linux
Operating System. It covers Debian GNU/Linux version 3.0 on Personal
Computers compatable with the Intel x86 architecture.  The modular
organization of this document makes it useful to users of all experience
level.
Throughout this document we identify additional resources.  Near the end of
this document we assist you with next steps as a Debian user.
# or change next steps, and ch 9 title to "first activites"

The most recent revision of this document can be found at
http://www.debian.org/releases/woody/i386/ .
There you can also find this document translated into a large number of
languages.  If you are looking for Debian installation instructions for
another platform please see
http://www.debian.org/releases/woody/installmanual .



> The procedures in this document are not to be used for users upgrading
> existing systems; if you are upgrading, see the Release Notes for Debian
> version 3.0 for personal computers
> (http://www.debian.org/releases/woody/i386/release-notes/).
<p>
This document does not cover upgrading existing systems; if you are
upgrading,
see the Release Notes for Debian version 3.0 on Personal Computers
 (http://www.debian.org/releases/woody/i386/release-notes/).



** Copyright Notice

> If you modify and improve this document, we ...
If you modify this document, we ...
# improve is a subjective thing ;-)


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*** ch1


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Subject: boot-floppies end of life
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I'm closing all bug reports filed on the boot-floppies since this
codebase has reached its end of life. boot-floppies is only in Debian
oldstable now (and temporarily in unstable because of bug #224469).

The new installer for sarge and beyond is of course, the
debian-installer. It solves a great many issues present in the
boot-floppies.

If you believe that your boot-floppies bug is still present in
debian-installer somehow, then please reopen the bug report and reassign
it there, or perhaps better, file a new bug report.

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see shy jo

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