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Bug#378404: installation-guide

Package: installation-guide
Version: NUMBER
Severity: minor
Tags: l10n


I notice that you've added short versions of the framebuffer parameter.

auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 Because of display problems on some systems, framebuffer support is <emphasis>disabled by default</emphasis> for &arch-title;. This can result in ugly display on systems that do properly support the framebuffer, like
those with ATI graphical cards. If you see display problems in the
installer, you can try booting with parameter <userinput>debian- installer/

Can the user also use <userinput>fb=true</userinput> in this situation? If so:

- you can try booting with parameter <userinput>debian-installer/
+ you can try booting with parameter <userinput>debian-installer/
framebuffer=true</userinput>, or <userinput>fb=true</userinput> for short.

auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 For partitions encrypted via loop-AES you will be shown the following prompt
during the boot: <informalexample><screen>\n
mount: going to use loop device /dev/loop<replaceable>X</replaceable>\n
</screen></informalexample> In the first line of the prompt, <replaceable>X</
replaceable> is the number of the loop device. You are now probably
wondering <emphasis>for which volume</emphasis> you are actually entering the passphrase. Does is relate to your <filename>/home</ filename>? ... <snip>

- Does is relate to
+ Does it relate to

Clytie Siddall (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nhóm Việt hóa phần mềm tự do)

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