Quoting Frans Pop (email@example.com): > An alternative to using "media" could be "virtual (device) driver disks" > . The addition of "virtual" makes clear that the disks are not real but > devices exposed in some way (USB probably?) by hardware whose main purpose > in something different than storage. Does that cover this? > > BTW, should/could such devices be excluded for partman? > >  "device" optional That was convincing. I committed the following: Template: debian-installer/driver-injection-disk-detect/title Type: text # Main menu item # :sl3: _Description: Detect virtual driver disks from hardware manufacturer Template: driver-injection-disk/load Type: boolean # :sl3: _Description: Load drivers from internal virtual driver disk? Installing on this hardware may require some drivers provided by the manufacturer to be loaded from the built-in driver injection disk. The l10n-sync run is scheduled for the upcoming night so I would appreciate if no other cosmetic change comes up. I think we reached a point where what all this is about is made pretty clear, now.
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