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Re: [PATCH] Support for "hardware burn-in" stage

Chris Lamb <chris@chris-lamb.co.uk> writes:

> Dear friends,
> This series of patches enhances cpuburn to support a hardware burn-in stage
> in D-I.

Neat idea.

>  1. Updates cpuburn packaging to be more accomodating to another binary
>     package.
>  2. Moves all patches from the .diff.gz to debian/patches and quilt.

Please talk to Aurelien and get those applied to avoid diverting from
him as soon as possible.

>  3. Adds the cpuburn-udeb package (the interesting bit)

One possible improvement for it is to use same logic done on
base-installer to guess the most suitable kernel flavour and avoid to
request the processor from user.

> The resulting udeb is approximately 3KiB. I have put some screenshots
> online here [0].

They does look good!

Does someone from the d-i team has objections about it? (obviously,
after beta1 release)

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