Better wording in d-i manual
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The following text would in my opinion be better with the proposed change.
#. Tag: para
"The &arch-title; architecture only supports Intel Itanium processors and not "
"the much more common 64-bit processors from the EM64T family (including e.g. "
"the Pentium D and the Core2 Duo). Those systems are supported by "
"the <emphasis>amd64</emphasis> architecture or, if you prefer a 32-bit "
"userland, the <emphasis>i386</emphasis> architecture."
Instead start the first sentence:
The Debian port to &arch-title; architecture only supports ...
The next sentence I would in the same fashion like to change to
Those more common systems are supported by the Debian port to the
<emphasis>amd64</emphasis> architecture or, if you prefer a 32-bit userland, the
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