Quoting Uwe Bugla (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Hi everybody, > > using the Debian testing installer from 4th August I stumbled over the > follwing bugs: > > 1. console-data is missing in the list of necessary dependencies when you > install the basic system: > The consequence is: > You are trapped if you owe a non-American keyboard with a qwertz layout. > That complicates the installation process enourmously instead of simplifying > it. Hello Uwe, Since you reported this, I hadn't been able to test D-I myself and try reproducing this issue. Today, I finally could....but couldn't reproduce it. I booted the daily built *netboot* image, then did choose French as install language and French keymap. Apart from a weird prompting during the base system install (the system re-prompts for the keymap but properly defaulted to "France"), I easily completed the install...and the installed system had a working french keymap. So, I need to refine your report in order to understand why you experienced the problem. First of all, could you re-test with a daily built image downloaded from http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer. I would recommend choosing the businesscard image, or even a netboot image (under "other images"). Then, what keymap did you choose? I guess this was a German keymap...can you confirm?
Description: Digital signature