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在 00-12-20 上午 12:16:00 您写道:
>####### 翻译
> <sect id="newinst">安装系统有何新内容?
>  <p><package>boot-floppies</package>包和<package/debian-cd/包在 Debian 2.1
>  的基础上做了一些改进。在对通过网络安装的支持方面有明显的加强,包括支持使用
>  DHCP 进行网络配置。更多的体系结构支持通过串行控制台进行安装。

>  <p>旧的工作环境和任务选择系统被 Debian 的“超级包”(它的唯一内容就是声明它
>  对其它程序包的依赖。这样,安装这个“超级包”将导致安装一系列相关的程序
>  包。)和一个称作<package/tasksel/的界面所代替。这意味着不仅在安装时可
>  使用这些任务,任何时候都可使用它们,而且升级时仍可保留。
>  <p>过去被一组 shell 脚本来完成的再启动后配置,现在被使用<package/debconf/
>  的<package/base-config/ 包所代替。可以预期在下一个 Debian 发行版本中,
>  <package/debconf/ 将成为安装和配置时与用户交流的主要界面。
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>  <p>内核映象可以从各种风格的内核中得到。它们支持各组不同硬件的组合。
>  对于&arch-title;的体系结构,这些内核可以在&debian; &release;中得到:
>  <taglist>
>  <tag>`vanilla'
>    <item>Debian 中的标准内核包。它包括了几乎所有的 Linux 所支持的硬件的驱动
>    模块。它包括了网卡、SCSI设备、声卡、Video4Linux板等驱动程序。`vanilla'
>    内核包括一个急救盘、一个根文件系统盘和三个驱动程序盘。
>  <tag>`udma66'
>    <item>它除包含 Andre Hedrick 的 IDE 补丁以支持 UDMA66 设备外,与`vanilla'
>    非常类似。
>  <tag>`compact'
>    <item>除去掉了许多不常用的设备(如声卡、Video4Linux等)驱动程序外,与
>    `vanilla'类似。
>    另外它内建支持几个常用的 PCI 网卡 -- NE2000、3COM 3c905、Tulip、Via-Rhine
>    和Intel EtherExpress Pro100。这些内建驱动程序使你可以充分利用 Debian 的
>    网络安装特性来通过网络安装驱动程序和基本系统,这样仅需要制作根文件系统
>    盘和急救盘。`compact' 还支持几个通用的 RAID 控制器:DAC960 和 Compaq's
>    SMART2 RAID 控制器。`compact'内核包括一个急救盘、一个根文件系统盘和一
>    个驱动程序盘。
>  <tag>`idepci'
>    <item>只支持 IDE 和 PCI 设备(和极少数的 ISA 设备)的内核。只有当
>    其它内核中的 SCSI 驱动程序在启动时引起系统挂断(可能是由于系统中矛盾的配置,
>    或者是驱动设备的错误行为造成的)时才应该使用这个内核。`idepci'内核还有一
>    个内建的 IDE 软盘驱动程序使你能从 LS120 或 ZIP 设备上安装。
>  </taglist>
>  这些不同风格的内核的内核配置文件可以在它们各自的目录下的名为
>  "kernel-config"的文件中找到。
>############## 原文
> <sect id="newinst">What's New in the Installation System?
>  <p>The <package>boot-floppies</package> and the <package/debian-cd/
>  packages include a number of improvements over Debian 2.1. There have been
>  notable improvements in network installation support, including DHCP
>  configuration support. More architectures support serial console
>  installation.
>  <p>The old profiles and tasks selection system has been replaced by Debian
>  "meta-packages" (packages whose only purpose is to depend on other
>  packages) and an interface called <package/tasksel/.  This means that
>  tasks can be used at any time, not just installation time, and can be
>  retained across upgrades.
>  <p>Post-reboot configuration, which used to be performed by a batch of
>  shell scripts, are now performed by the <package/base-config/ package,
>  which uses <package/debconf/.  It is expected that for the next major
>  Debian release, <package/debconf/ will be the main interface users
>  interact with during installation and configuration.
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>  <p>Kernel images are available in various "flavors". These flavors each
>  support a different set of hardware. The flavors available in &debian;
>  &release; for &arch-title; are:
>  <taglist>
>  <tag>`vanilla'
>    <item>The standard kernel package available in Debian. This includes
>    almost all drivers supported by Linux built as modules. This includes
>    drivers for network devices, SCSI devices, sound cards, Video4Linux
>    devices, etc. The `vanilla' flavor includes one rescue, one root and
>    three driver disks.
>  <tag>`udma66'
>    <item>Very similar to `vanilla', except it includes Andre Hedrick's
>    IDE patches to support UDMA66 devices.
>  <tag>`compact'
>    <item>Like `vanilla', but with many of the less-frequently-use drivers
>    removed (sound, v4l, etc). In addition, it has built in support for
>    several popular PCI ethernet devices -- NE2000, 3COM 3c905, Tulip,
>    Via-Rhine and Intel EtherExpress Pro100. These built in drivers allow
>    you to take full advantage of the Debian installer's net install feature
>    to install the driver and/or base system over the network so that only
>    the root and rescue disks need to be made. Finally, `compact' also
>    supports several common RAID controllers: DAC960, and Compaq's SMART2
>    RAID controllers. The `compact' flavor includes one rescue, one root and
>    one driver disks.
>  <tag>`idepci'
>    <item>Kernel that supports only IDE and PCI devices (and a very small
>    number of ISA devices). This kernel should be used if the SCSI drivers
>    in the other flavors cause your system to hang on startup (probably
>    because of resource conflicts, or a misbehaving driver/card in your
>    system). The `idepci' flavor also has a built-in ide-floppy driver so
>    that you can install from LS120 or ZIP devices.
>  </taglist>
>  The kernel config files for these flavors can be found in their respective
>  directories in a file named "kernel-config".
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