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Re: dselect tutorial

     Where can I find a copy of this document?

     I decided I didn't know enough about dselect to write a
tutorial.  Instead I wrote a short note to include in the
README-upgrade.  That README is directed to the libc5/libc6 upgrade.

     Robert Woodcock <rcw@debian.org> was preparing to write
Release-Notes for the CD.  I sent him a copy of my README-upgrade,
which had grown beyond its intended scope.  We decided to cut the
README back to its original scope, and put the other information,
including the dselect notes, in the Release_Notes.  I reluctantly
agreed to take over the Release_Notes.  A copy of Release_Notes and 
README_upgrade will be in my home directory, ~/hilliard on master
within a few hours.


Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com> writes:

> On Wed, 16 Dec 1998 21:30:06 -0500 (EST), Bob Hilliard <hilliard@flinet.com> said:
> >      Is anyone working on an update for the dselect tutorial that
> > has traditionally been kept in the disks-i386 directory?  It is
> > somewhat out of date.  If no one is working on it, or claims
> > ownership, I will try to do something with it next week.  I plan to
> > refer to it in the README-upgrade for the 2.1 CD.
> BTW, we've updated the info in the dselect tutorial, and also turned
> it into a debiandoc-sgml document, so you can have ASCII or HTML
> versions of it, if you like.
> The document could still use some work but the package names cited
> should be up-to-date.
> --
> .....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>

Robert Woodcock <rcw@debian.org>

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