martin f krafft <email@example.com> (07/04/2013): > So there is a "dance" being performed for no apparent reason, and > you prefer to hack a fix into grub-installer rather than to fix the > root's cause? d-i is modular, things might be done, then undone; presumably so that they can be done again later. Not really surprising. > What if the next d-i component fails, will you hack it too? If a d-i component have new prerequisites, they need to be fulfilled, and code might be needed for that. Not really surprising either. > I can demonstrate how I can break d-i using only the preseed.cfg > file's interface and you don't consider this serious? Yes. > Attached is the log you wanted. I could not find anything therein. > > The d-i is from the mirrors at > stable/main/installer-amd64/current/images/netboot downloaded > yesterday and updated today. Well, that's how I learned you're booting a squeeze d-i to install wheezy (along with things like package versions); on a side note, I'm happy to finally see what I asked for a whole day ago. Anyway, I'm pretty sure we'll concentrate on releasing a proper d-i for wheezy, instead of trying to support strange combinations like yours. Was that ever advertised as a supported combination? If so, where? Mraw, KiBi.
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