Quoting Marco d'Itri (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Package: debian-installer > Severity: important > Tags: d-i > > While the kmod package has been providing since January an udeb package > intended as the replacement for module-init-tools-udeb, it was never > actually used due to an unfortunate misunderstanding about how d-i is > supposed to load modules. > > wheezy cannot be released with module-init-tools-udeb because > module-init-tools is abandoned upstream and by me, and I am not even > sure if it can be uploaded again in its current form since kmod has > taken over the module-init-tools binary package name. > Also it is not a good idea to use different modprobe implementations in > the the installer and in the installed system. > > kmod has replaced module-init-tools in unstable since March with no > significant issues and now it is used by every other distribution. I intend to commit the needed change (from my understading: just replacing "module-init-tools-udeb [linux]" by "libkmod2-udeb [linux]" in installer/build/pkg-lists/base Just waiting for some comments in case there would be something else needed...or some objections coming.
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