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Re: lowmem level2 and udeb choices

On Wed, Jul 12, 2006 at 09:53:17PM +0200, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> I just had to increase the limit of level2 on ARM so it will still
> work.  The problem now is that the installation on a specific device
> runs in level2 and you have to manually choose ext3 and
> scsi/usb-storage (the device has USB, no IDE).  I'm sure that lots of
> users will forget to activate all modules needed and this'll lead to
> problems...
> Is there a way to specify for a sub-arch which udebs are required even
> in lowmem level2?
may be we can set by default in the list all packages selected in a normal mode

but we have to modify the following anna template for lowmem:
"To save memory, only components that are certainly needed for an install are selected by default"


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