Quoting Justin B Rye (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Latest attempt: > > _Description: Load drivers from internal "drivers disk"? > Installing on this hardware may require some drivers provided by the > manufacturer to be loaded from the built-in driver injection disk. Seems fair. The keyword here seems to be "built-in". Also, I suppose that this template will be shown only when hardware that has this feature is being used as this is something quite unusual to have. (by the way, what hardware are we talking about? I would quite blindly assume this might me hardware provided with some netbooks that are pre-installed with Ubuntu or something like this.... I don't really see generic HW manufacturers taking care to provide an embarked drivers injection disk for an "obscure" Linux distribution...:-)). Here's the current status of the review. Please note that we didn't change the main menu item template, which still has this "OEM" thing. One should remember that menu items text is limited to 65 characters to avoi dcluttering the main D-I menu on 80x25 displays. I can't find anything better. If we assume that this menu item is only shown when such hardware is detected (and does not appear for any install), that could be OK. This would be the case if the udeb is only loaded by the installer when the relevant HW is detected. Template: debian-installer/driver-injection-disk-detect/title Type: text # Main menu item # :sl1: _Description: Detect OEM driver injection disks Template: driver-injection-disk/load Type: boolean # :sl2: _Description: Load drivers from internal "drivers disk"? Installing on this hardware may require some drivers provided by the manufacturer to be loaded from the built-in driver injection disk.
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