[firstname.lastname@example.org: Bug#63271 acknowledged by developer (New upstream that overcomes the 1024 limit)]
Do we really think that this new LILO package has no palce in potato?
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Subject: Re: Bug#63271: New upstream that overcomes the 1024 limit
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On Sat, 29 Apr 2000, Erick Kinnee wrote:
> Package: lilo
> Version: 1:21-14
> Severity: normal
> I think it would be a great service to provide a version of LILO that
> can overcome the 1024 limit. Many folks might find it quite useful.
we do provide lilo_21.4.2 in woody.
it's inclusion in potato has been refused by Richard.
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