On Sat, 2009-12-05 at 20:08 +0100, Frans Pop wrote: > On Saturday 05 December 2009, Ian Campbell wrote: > > On Sat, 2009-12-05 at 09:33 +0100, Frans Pop wrote: > > > > +++ b/installer/build/config/i386/cdrom-xen.cfg > > > > @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@ > > > > KERNELVERSION = $(BASEVERSION)-686-bigmem > > > > -TYPE=cdrom/gtk > > > > -include config/i386/cdrom/gtk.cfg > > > > +TYPE=cdrom/isolinux > > > > +include config/i386/cdrom.cfg > > > > > > Last line should probably be: > > > +include config/i386/cdrom/isolinux.cfg > > > > I'm not sure what the practical difference is in d-i terms but Xen > > doesn't need any isolinux stuff and the extra packages in > > pkg-lists/cdrom/isolinux/i386.cfg don't seem relevant to Xen. > > This isn't really about including any isolinux stuff, but simply about > referencing the closest newt-frontend equivalents of current gtk-frontend > references. That simply gives the smallest risk of breakage from disabling > the gtk targets. Maybe it's not strictly needed, but it is also least > likely to do harm. Thanks for the explanation, sounds fine. Cheers, Ian. -- Ian Campbell There's nothing like the face of a kid eating a Hershey bar.
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