I went down to 5.3 (troubleshooting the installer). Below are thingies that I found. Really few things, indeed, that manual is so well written..... ./install-methods/install-tftp.xml:Historically TFTP servers used <filename>/tftpboot</filename> as directory A comma could be useful here: "Historically, TFTP servers...." /boot-installer/x86.xml-requested. Insert the root floppy and press &enterkey;, and the ./boot-installer/x86.xml:contents are loaded into memory. The installer program "the contents IS loaded", no? ./boot-installer/x86.xml:of TFTP boot. If so you may be able to configure your BIOS to boot from the "If so, you may...." ./boot-installer/parameters.xml:serial console installs. Generally only the ./boot-installer/parameters.xml-<userinput>newt</userinput> frontend is available on default install "Generally, only the...." ./boot-installer/parameters.xml:Specify the url to a preconfiguration file to download and use in "Specify the URL to a...." (consistent use of capitalize acronym) ./appendix/preseed.xml:In addition to specifying the url, you can also specify settings that ditto (and a few other occurrences in the same file) ./boot-installer/parameters.xml-Specify the path to a preconfiguration file to load to ./boot-installer/parameters.xml:automating the install. See <xref linkend="automatic-install"/>. "to automate the install" instead of "to automating" ./install-methods/boot-drive-files.xml:directory on Debian http/ftp mirrors and official Debian CDs. Use ./appendix/chroot-install.xml:of the http URL: <userinput>file:/cdrom/debian/</userinput> ./appendix/preseed.xml:if the URL is missing a protocol, http is assumed, ./boot-installer/parameters.xml:By default the installer will use the http protocol to download files from For consistency, using "HTTP" would be better. Ditto, probably for "FTP"
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