Re: [cdrom-detect] Change template proposal
Holger Wansing wrote:
> Template: cdrom-detect/cdrom_device
> Type: string
> Default: /dev/cdrom
> # :sl2:
> _Description: Device file for accessing the installation media:
> In order to access your installation media (like your CD-ROM), please enter
> the device file that should be used. Non-standard CD-ROM drives use
> non-standard device files (such as /dev/mcdx).
> You may switch to the shell on the second terminal (ALT+F2) to check the
> available devices in /dev with "ls /dev". You can return to this screen
> by pressing ALT+F1.
> This template is from the time where we only had the text-based installer,
> and it does not work exactly for the graphical one.
> Therefore, I would like to change the second part like this:
> "You may want to switch to the shell on the second terminal (CLTR+ALT+F2 in the "
> "graphical installer, ALT+F2 for the text-based variant) to check the "
> "available devices in /dev with \"ls /dev\". You can return to this screen "
> "by pressing CLTR+ALT+F5 respective ALT+F1."
"Respective" is never ever a conjunction in English. Just say "or".
And it's CTRL, not CLTR.
JBR with qualifications in linguistics, experience as a Debian
sysadmin, and probably no clue about this particular package