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Bug#367861: marked as done (installation-guide using-d-i)



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Package: installation-guide
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Typos etc. from the file using-d-i.po
______________________
using d-i typos etc.

1.
po:78
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 During a low memory install, not all components will be available. One of the limitations is that you won't be able to choose a language for the installation.

- One of the limitations is
+ One of the other limitations is

(since not having access to all the components is already a limitation).


2.
po:127
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 If you select a pristine disk which doesn't have neither partitions nor free space on it, you will be offered to create a new partition table (this is needed so you can create new partitions). After this a new line entitled <quote>FREE SPACE</quote> should appear under the selected disk.

- doesn't have neither partitions nor free space on it,
+ has neither partitions nor free space on it,

- you will be offered to
+ you will have the opportunity to

- After this a new line
+ After this, a new line

- should appear under the selected disk.
+ should appear in the table under the selected disk.


3.
po:128
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 If you select some free space, you will be offered to create new partition. You will have to answer a quick series of questions about its size, type (primary or logical), and location (beginning or end of the free space). After this, you will be presented with detailed overview of your new partition. There are options like mountpoint, mount options, bootable flag, or way of usage. If you don't like the preselected defaults, feel free to change them to your liking. E.g. by selecting the option <guimenuitem>Use as:</guimenuitem>, you can choose different filesystem for this partition including the possibility to use the partition for swap, software RAID, LVM, or not use it at all. Other nice feature is the possibility to copy data from existing partition onto this one. When you are satisfied with your new partition, select <guimenuitem>Done setting up the partition</guimenuitem> and you will be thrown back to the <command>partman</command>'s main screen.

- you will be offered to create new partition.
+ you will have the opportunity to create a new partition.
OR
+ the program will offer to create a new partition.

- with detailed overview
+ with a detailed overview

- There are options like mountpoint, mount options, bootable flag, or way of usage. + The options include choosing the mountpoint, configuring the mount action itself, (un)setting the bootable flag, and deciding how the partition will be used.

- choose different filesystem for this partition including the possibility to use the partition for swap, software RAID, LVM, or not use it at all. + choose a different filesystem for this partition, including the capacity to use the partition for swap, software RAID or LVM, or not to use it at all.

- Other nice feature is the possibility to copy data from existing partition onto this one. + Another nice feature is the ability to copy data from an existing partition onto this one.

- and you will be thrown back
+ and you will return


4.
If you decide you want to change something about your partition, simply select the partition, which will bring you to the partition configuration menu. Because this is the same screen like when creating a new partition, you can change the same set of options. One thing which might not be very obvious at a first glance is that you can resize the partition by selecting the item displaying the size of the partition. Filesystems known to work are at least fat16, fat32, ext2, ext3 and swap. This menu also allows you to delete a partition.

- Because this is the same screen like when creating a new partition, you can change the same set of options. + This is the same screen you see when creating a new partition, so you can modify the same options.


5.
The benefit you gain depends on a type of a MD device you are creating. Currently supported are: <variablelist> <varlistentry> <term>RAID0</term><listitem><para> Is mainly aimed at performance. RAID0 splits all incoming data into <firstterm>stripes</firstterm> and distributes them equally over each disk in the array. This can increase the speed of read/write operations, but when one of the disks fails, you will loose <emphasis>everything</emphasis> (part of the information is still on the healthy disk(s), the other part <emphasis>was</emphasis> on the failed disk). </para><para> The typical use for RAID0 is a partition for video editing. </para></ listitem> </varlistentry> <varlistentry> <term>RAID1</ term><listitem><para> Is suitable for setups where reliability is the first concern. It consists of several (usually two) equally sized partitions where every partition contains exactly the same data. This essentially means three things. First, if one of your disks fails, you still have the data mirrored on the remaining disks. Second, you can use only a fraction of the available capacity (more precisely, it is the size of the smallest partition in the RAID). Third, file reads are load balanced among the disks, which can improve performance on a server, such as a file server, that tends to be loaded with more disk reads than writes. </para><para> Optionally you can have a spare disk in the array which will take the place of the failed disk in the case of failure. </para></listitem> </varlistentry> <varlistentry> <term>RAID5</term><listitem><para> Is a good compromise between speed, reliability and data redundancy. RAID5 splits all incomming data into stripes and distributes them equally on all but one disks (similar to RAID0). Unlike RAID0, RAID5 also computes <firstterm>parity</firstterm> information, which gets written on the remaining disk. The parity disk is not static (that would be called RAID4), but is changing periodically, so the parity information is distributed equally on all disks. When one of the disks fails, the missing part of information can be computed from remaining data and its parity. RAID5 must consist of at least three active partitions. Optionally you can have a spare disk in the array which will take the place of the failed disk in the case of failure. </para><para> As you can see, RAID5 has similar degree of reliability like RAID1 while achieving less redundancy. On the other hand it might be a bit slower on write operation than RAID0 due to computation of parity information. </para></listitem> </varlistentry> </variablelist> To sum it up:

- The benefit you gain depends on a type of a MD device you are creating. + The benefit you gain depends on the type of MD device you are creating.

- RAID0 splits all incoming data into <firstterm>stripes</firstterm>
- RAID5 splits all incomming data into stripes
Isn't the correct term "slices", not "stripes"? Stripes are only two- dimensional.

- you will loose
+ you will lose

- equally sized partitions
+ equally-sized partitions

- Third, file reads are load balanced among the disks
+ Third, file-reads are load-balanced among the disks

- incomming
+ incoming

- on all but one disks
+ on all but one disk

- RAID5 has similar degree of reliability like RAID1
+ RAID5 has a similar degree of reliability to RAID1

- On the other hand it might be a bit slower on write operation than RAID0 due to computation of parity information. + On the other hand, it might be a bit slower on write operations than RAID0, due to the computation of parity information.


6.
po:160
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 If you want to know the whole truth about Software RAID, have a look at <ulink url=\"&url-software-raid-howto; \">Software RAID HOWTO</ulink>.

- If you want to know the whole truth about Software RAID
+ If you want to know more about Software RAID

(it's an amusing structure, but misleading, and could be misinterpreted as a didactic statement).


7.
po:170
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 After partitioning the installer asks a few more questions that will be used to set up the system it is about to install.

- After partitioning the installer
+ After partitioning, the installer


8.
These two strings:

po:187
auto:	⑤	Tag: title
Original:	⌘0	Installing the Base System

po:189
auto:	⑤	Tag: title
Original:	⌘0	Base System Installation

have the same meaning in my language. What is the difference between them in the Manual?


9.
po:194
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 After the base system is installed, you have a usable but limited system. Most users will want to add additional software to the system to tune it to their needs, and the installer lets you do so. This step can take even longer than installing the base system if you have a slow computer or network.

- add additional software
+ add more software

("add" and "additional" are too similar to be used in the same phrase).


10.
The main means that people use to install packages on their system is via a program called <command>apt-get</command>, from the <classname>apt</classname> package.<footnote> <para> Note that the actual program that installs packages is called <command>dpkg</ command>. However, this program is more of a low-level tool. <command>apt-get</command> is a higher-level tool as it will invoke <command>dpkg</command> as appropriate and also because it knows to install other packages which are required for the package you're trying to install, as well as how to retrieve the package from your CD, the network, or wherever. </para> </footnote> Other front-ends for package management, like <command>aptitude</command> and <command>synaptic</command> are also in use and depend on <command>apt-get</command>. These front-ends are recommended for new users, since they integrate some additional features (package searching and status checks) in a nice user interface.

- The main means that people use to install packages on their system is via a program called <command>apt-get</command>, + Most people install packages on their system via a program called <command>apt-get</command>,

- Note that the actual program that installs packages is called <command>dpkg</command>. + Note that the program which actually installs the packages is called <command>dpkg</command>.

- <command>apt-get</command> is a higher-level tool as it will invoke <command>dpkg</command> as appropriate and also because it knows to install other packages which are required for the package you're trying to install, as well as how to retrieve the package from your CD, the network, or wherever. + <command>apt-get</command> is a higher-level tool, which will invoke <command>dpkg</command> as appropriate, and knows which other packages should be installed to support the one you're trying to install, as well as how to retrieve the package (from your CD, the network etc.).

- Other front-ends for package management, like <command>aptitude</ command> and <command>synaptic</command> are also in use and depend on <command>apt-get</command>. + Other front-ends for package management, like <command>aptitude</ command> and <command>synaptic</command>, are also in use and depend on <command>apt-get</command>.


11.
po:201
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 Once you've selected your tasks, select <guibutton>Ok</ guibutton>. At this point, <command>aptitude</command> will install the packages you've selected.

- Ok
+ OK


12.
po:212
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 In this scenario is your outgoing mail forwarded to another machine, called a <quote>smarthost</quote>, which does the actual job for you. Smarthost also usually stores incoming mail addressed to your computer, so you don't need to be permanently online. That also means you have to download your mail from the smarthost via programs like fetchmail. This option is suitable for dial-up users.

- In this scenario is your outgoing mail forwarded to another machine, called a <quote>smarthost</quote>, which does the actual job for you. + In this scenario, your outgoing mail is forwarded to another machine, called a <quote>smarthost</quote>, which does the actual job for you.

- Smarthost also
+ A smarthost also


13.
po:219
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 If you are installing a diskless workstation, obviously, booting off the local disk isn't a meaningful option, and this step will be skipped. <phrase arch=\"sparc\">You may wish to set the OpenBoot to boot from the network by default; see <xref linkend= \"boot-dev-select-sun\"/>.</phrase>

- set the OpenBoot
+ set OpenBoot


14.
These two strings are very símilar:

po:220
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 Note that multiple operating systems booting on a single machine is still something of a black art. This document does not even attempt to document the various boot managers, which vary by architecture and even by subarchitecture. You should see your boot manager's documentation for more information.

po:223
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 Note that multiple operating systems booting on a single machine is still something of a black art. The automatic support for detecting and setting up boot loaders to boot other operating systems varies by architecture and even by subarchitecture. If it does not work you should consult your boot manager's documentation for more information.

I am concerned that they don't show architecture-specific tags, so may be a repetition..?


15.
po:225
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 If you have booted from SRM, if you select this option, the installer will write <command>aboot</command> to the first sector of the disk on which you installed Debian. <snip>

- If you have booted from SRM, if you select this option, the installer will write + If you have booted from SRM, and you select this option, the installer will write


16.
po:236
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 &d-i; presents you three choices where to install the <command>LILO</command> boot loader:

- &d-i; presents you three choices where to install
+ &d-i; gives you three choices on where to install


17.
.po:245
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 The &architecture; boot loader is called <quote>elilo</ quote>. <snip> The <filename>/usr/sbin/elilo</filename> command manages the partition and copies file into it. The <filename>elilo.efi</filename> program is copied into the EFI partition and then run by the <quote>EFI Boot Manager</quote> to actually do the work of loading and starting the Linux kernel.

- and copies file into it.
+ and copies files into it.
OR
+ and copies the file into it.

-  to actually do the work
+  to do the actual work
OR
+ actually to do the work


18.
po:248
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 The criteria for selecting a partition is that it is FAT format filesystem with its <emphasis>boot</emphasis> flag set. &d- i; may show multiple choices depending on what it finds from scanning all of the disks of the system including EFI partitions of other system disks and EFI diagnostic partitions. Remember, the <command>elilo</command> may format the partition during the installation, erasing any previous contents!

- the <command>elilo</command>
+ <command>elilo</command>
OR
+ the <command>elilo</command> bootloader


19.
.po:250
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 The EFI partition is a FAT filesystem format partition on one of the hard disks of the system, usually the same disk that contains the <emphasis>root</emphasis> filesystem. <snip> Note that the <quote>EFI Boot Manager</quote> would find these files using the path <filename>fs<replaceable>n</replaceable>:\\efi\\debian</ filename>. <snip>

What is the connotation of the <replaceable>n</replaceable>? Does the user need to understand what this means?


20.
.po:277
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 is the number of the partition on which <filename>/etc/ delo.conf</filename> resides

Before this string, the string showing the name of the replaceable term is missing.


21.
po:297
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 Select the <guimenuitem>Finish the installation</ guimenuitem> menu item which will halt the system because rebooting is not supported on &arch-title; in this case. You then need to IPL GNU/Linux from the DASD which you selected for the root filesystem during the first steps of the installation.

- You then need to IPL GNU/Linux from the DASD
+ You then need to boot GNU/LInux from the DASD

(using IPL isn't really necessary and just adds more acronyms for the poor reader to handle).


22.
po:304
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 There is an <guimenuitem>Execute a Shell</guimenuitem> item on the menu. If the menu is not available when you need to use the shell, press <keycombo><keycap>Left Alt</keycap> <keycap>F2</ keycap></keycombo> (on a Mac keyboard, <keycombo><keycap>Option</ keycap> <keycap>F2</keycap> </keycombo>) to switch to the second <emphasis>virtual console</emphasis>. That's the <keycap>Alt</keycap> key on the left-hand side of the <keycap>space bar</keycap>, and the <keycap>F2</keycap> function key, at the same time. This is a separate window running a Bourne shell clone called <command>ash</ command>.

- This is a separate window running a Bourne shell clone
+ The <guimenuitem>Execute a Shell</guimenuitem> command opens a separate window running a Bourne shell clone

(because all the information about the keyboard shortcut comes before "This is a separate window...", implying the last sentence is talking about the keyboard shortcuts).


23.
po:309
auto:	⑤	Tag: para
Original: ⌘0 This component is not loaded into the main installation menu by default, so you have to explicitly ask for it. If you are installing from CD, you need to boot with medium priority or otherwise invoke the main installation menu and choose <guimenuitem>Load installer components from CD</guimenuitem> and from the list of additional components select <guimenuitem>network- console: Continue installation remotely using SSH</guimenuitem>. Successful load is indicated by a new menu entry called <guimenuitem>Continue installation remotely using SSH</guimenuitem>.

There is no string:
<guimenuitem>network-console: Continue installation remotely using SSH</guimenuitem>
in the Level 1 Debian-Installer file, only the
<guimenuitem>Continue installation remotely using SSH</guimenuitem>.
string.

#. Type: text
#. Description
#: ../network-console.templates:5
msgid "Continue installation remotely using SSH"

Where is the network-console string?

There is a string:

#. Type: select
#. Description
#: ../network-console.templates:14
msgid "Network console option:"

so should the Manual string read:

- and from the list of additional components select <guimenuitem>network-console: Continue installation remotely using SSH</guimenuitem>. + and from the list of additional components select <guimenuitem>Network console option: Continue installation remotely using SSH</guimenuitem>.

?
____________________________

I hope these are useful. :)

Clytie Siddall (vi-VN, Vietnamese free-software translation team / nhóm Việt hóa phần mềm tự do)
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Source: installation-guide
Source-Version: 20070115

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
installation-guide, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

installation-guide-alpha_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-alpha_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-amd64_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-amd64_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-arm_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-arm_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-hppa_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-hppa_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-i386_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-i386_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-ia64_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-ia64_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-mips_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-mips_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-mipsel_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-mipsel_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-powerpc_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-powerpc_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-s390_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-s390_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide-sparc_20070115_all.deb
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide-sparc_20070115_all.deb
installation-guide_20070115.dsc
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide_20070115.dsc
installation-guide_20070115.tar.gz
  to pool/main/i/installation-guide/installation-guide_20070115.tar.gz



A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
attached.

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 367861@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
pp.
Frans Pop <fjp@debian.org> (supplier of updated installation-guide package)

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Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 22:10:16 +0100
Source: installation-guide
Binary: installation-guide-powerpc installation-guide-amd64 installation-guide-s390 installation-guide-ia64 installation-guide-mipsel installation-guide-arm installation-guide-mips installation-guide-sparc installation-guide-alpha installation-guide-i386 installation-guide-hppa
Architecture: source all
Version: 20070115
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Frans Pop <fjp@debian.org>
Changed-By: Frans Pop <fjp@debian.org>
Description: 
 installation-guide-alpha - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-amd64 - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-arm - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-hppa - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-i386 - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-ia64 - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-mips - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-mipsel - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-powerpc - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-s390 - Debian installation guide
 installation-guide-sparc - Debian installation guide
Closes: 248067 305977 342076 367861 370425 370484 378404 378651 380588 381657 384321 386591 388138 389516 394413 394471 394929 395910 397790 397923 397974 400263 402437 402439 402492 402857 403035
Changes: 
 installation-guide (20070115) unstable; urgency=low
 .
   [ Colin Watson ]
   * Document new pkgsel/include setting.
   * Fix incorrect documentation on preseeding additional apt sources.
   * Fix typo in hppa hardware support documentation
     (https://launchpad.net/bugs/55164).
   * Adjust chroot-install guide to take account of debootstrap being
     Architecture: all now (https://launchpad.net/bugs/64765).
 .
   [ Frans Pop ]
   * Various corrections suggested by Clytie Siddall and Holger Wansing.
     Closes: #378404, #370484, #370425.
   * Update instructions on how to set module parameters for PLIP installation.
   * Update chroot install instructions to use aptitude instead of apt-get.
   * Add /srv in overview of directory tree in partitioning appendix.
   * Update section on partitioning using LVM to reflect recent changes.
   * Apply various patches by or based on suggestions from Nathanael Nerode.
     Some of the bigger changes include:
     - Update of processor support for the i386 architecture.
     - Update information on setting up a RARP server.
   * Add variant for the AMD64 architecture. Closes: #305977.
   * Suppress warnings about missing IDs for sections and such.
   * Reorganize supported hardware table; i386 no longer has flavors.
   * Document SMP-alternatives as one of the variants of SMP support.
   * Document how to shut down the system. Based on patch from Holger Levsen.
     Closes: #248067.
 .
   [ Miroslav Kure ]
   * Update information about booting with encrypted partitions.
     Closes: #378651.
 .
   [ Joey Hess ]
   * Update preseeding docs to document listing more than one disk for
     partman-auto/disk and grub-installer/bootdev
 .
   [ Changwoo Ryu ]
   * Add support for Korean PDF output. Requires latex-hangul-ucs-hlatex.
     Closes: #381657.
 .
   [ David Härdeman ]
   * Update preseeding documentation for partman-auto.
 .
   [ Frans Pop ]
   * Correct error for alpha netboot installations. Thanks to Aurélien Géröme.
     Closes: #386591.
   * Correct number of release arches. Thanks to Holger Wansing. Closes: #384321.
   * Minor corrections suggested by Malcolm Parsons. Closes: #388138.
   * Document new boot parameters theme and directfb/hw-accel.
   * Remove now obsolete distinction between classic and common kpkg.
   * Update all arches to kernel version 2.6.17.
   * Set default value for manual_release in build wrapper scripts.
   * Add new section in preseeding appendix on partman-auto-raid. Not included
     in preseed text file as it is still somewhat experimental.
   * Document changes in guided partitioning and added encrypted LVM support.
   * Disable m68k for official builds as it is not a release architecture.
   * buildweb.sh: use 'mv -f' to avoid errors during builds on the webserver.
   * Minor corrections suggested by Clytie Siddall. Closes: #394413, #394471.
   * Update task sizes as per D-I RC1.
   * New troubleshooting section on how to deal with CD-ROM related problems.
   * Document how to pass parameters to kernel modules on boot.
   * Document how to install KDE instead of Gnome in the section on pkgsel.
 .
   [ Joey Hess ]
   * Update for recent floppy changes.
   * Remove hardcoded paths to executables in buildone.sh.
   * Set HOME to a temporary directory before running w3m, to avoid it
     trying to write to a home directory that may not exist on the buildds.
     (See #393641)
   * Update the installation report template to match current one in
     installation-report.
 .
   [ Philip Hands ]
   * Clarify how -- affects which parameters end up in the target system's
     bootloader's command line.
 .
   [ Joey Hess ]
   * Applied Phil's auto mode documentation patch, edited it, and moved
     some things around for clarity. Closes: #395910
   * Document auto=true boot parameter.
 .
   [ Frans Pop ]
   * Add condition "g-i" for arches that support the graphical installer.
   * Document mouse/left boot parameter.
   * Explain usage of "owner" prefix when setting values for debconf variables
     intended for the target system at the boot prompt.
   * Give some examples of preseeding questions from the boot prompt.
   * Document how to install the KDE desktop environment instead of GNOME.
   * Don't list unsupported frontends in boot parameters section.
   * Minor corrections suggested by Tapio Lehtonen. Closes: #397790.
   * Minor corrections suggested by Holger Wansing. Closes: #397974.
 .
   [ Martin Michlmayr ]
   * Mention that RiscPC support is incomplete.
   * Mention Intel IOP32x support.
   * Talk about ixp4xx rather than the more specific nslu2.
 .
   [ Frans Pop ]
   * Update all arches to kernel version 2.6.18.
   * Minor corrections and some rewrites based on suggestions from
     Clytie Siddall. Closes: #367861, #380588.
   * Update Sparc specific information and document common installation issues
     for Sparc. Many thanks to Jurij Smakov for reviewing the Sparc manual and
     for his overview of issues.
   * Etch ships with X.Org 7.1.
   * Update number of developers, packages and mailing lists.
   * General revision of minimum hardware requirements throughout the manual.
   * Update of installed/download size of tasks.
   * Document the graphical installer, including the main known issues.
   * Avoid generating XML files multiple times for translations using PO files
     when using build.sh or buildweb.sh sripts.
   * bookinfo:
     - Add note for m68k that it is not a release architecture for Etch.
   * hardware:
     - Remove ancient section on parity RAM. Closes: #403035.
     - Update documenation for Sparc, based on patch by Jurij Smakov.
       Closes: #389516.
     - PowerPC/APUS is currently not supported; removed from hardware table.
     - Remove sun4cd (sparc32) from and add sun4v (sparc64) in hardware table.
     - Rewrite of NIC support, document wireless support (for selected arches)
       and explain issues surrounding drivers that require firmware.
   * preparing:
     - Clean out ancient hardware issues.
   * boot-installer/parameters:
     - Document anna/choose_modules and mirror/protocol boot parameters.
     - Use a clearer way to list the short form of parameters.
     - Document new option to blacklist kernel modules.
   * boot-installer/trouble:
     - Fix reference to Save debug logs menu option.
       Thanks, Philippe Batailler. Closes: #402439.
     - Add a note that installation reports will be published.
   * install-methods:
     - All architectures that support TFTP booting also support DCHP, so remove
       the "supports-dhcp" condition.
     - According to the text, Alpha supports BOOTP.
     - Use dhcp3-server for examples rather than dhcp (version 2).
     - tftpd-hpa does not use /tftpboot by default; allow for this in examples.
       Closes: #342076.
   * using-d-i:
     - Extend description of lowmem installs based on a patch suggested by
       Holger Wansing. Closes: #400263.
   * boot-new:
     - Remove reference to apt guide (not installed by default) and obsolete
       debian-guide. Thanks, Philippe Batailler. Closes: #402492.
     - As lynx is no longer installed, suggest w3m as text based browser.
     - Explain how to browse /usr/share/doc/ using a graphical web browser.
     - Mention documentation packages.
     - Clarify what happens on first boot and how to get help to in case of
       problems.
   * post-install:
     - Remove section on reactivating Windows; the installer should detect it
       automatically after all. Closes: #402437.
     - Add extended section on email configuration (moved from using-d-i as
       exim4 now configures for "local mail only" by default). Closes: #402857.
   * appendix/preseed:
     - Clarifications based on comments from Tapio Lehtonen and Holger Wansing.
       Closes: #397923.
   * appendix/chroot-install:
     - Changes suggested in review by Wiktor Wandachowicz. Closes: #394929.
 .
   [ Frans Pop ]
   * Prepare for release. This release is mostly for testing purposes, the real
     release targeted at Etch will be next week.
   * Add and enable amd64 architecture.
   * Update control file for dropped m68k and added amd64 architectures.
   * Disable Catalan, Korean, Spanish and Brazillian translations as they are
     not yet complete.
   * Enable Finnish translation.
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