> During this install I had to access internet through another computer > (through NAT/ipmasq), and dns resolv did not work (quite possible due to > me). But it would be great if there where a fallback to ip-numbers for > debian ftp-servers in situations like this. Not sure that's easily feasible. Do you mean leaving the user an opportunity to enter the IP of the mirror (ie leaving him/her the task to actually *find* that IP by some other way)? > Another minor issue was that the default debconf frontend does not seem > to be installed. Please change default or make the default install by > default. > > debconf: unable to initialize frontend: Gnome > debconf: (Unable to load Gnome -- is libgnome2-perl installed?) > debconf: falling back to frontend: Dialog > Preconfiguring packages ... > -- > Inspection showed that indeed, libgnome2-perl was not installed by default. Hmmm, strange. I don't remember Gnome being the default interface for debconf. Joey?
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