Re: Are mails sent to xxxx <at> buildd.debian.org sent to /dev/null ?
Joey Hess <email@example.com> writes:
> Ingo Juergensmann wrote:
>> It's nice to have one, when it's ready and working, but making a unfinished work in
>> progress mandatory for a release seems pretty wrong to me.
> The reason we've released two d-i "release candidates" is because d-i is
> ready for release.
>> Yes. Some older machines tend to have small amounts of RAM. Some even has no
>> 32 MB, so testing d-i on those archs seem to be pretty impossible.
> d-i supports installing on machines with 20 mb of ram on i386. Other
> architectures have even smaller requirements.
Used to be 32-64 MB for a while.
Do you need expert mode with 20MB to limit what gets loaded
>> Why do you ignore the truth?
> Pot. Kettle.
A watched pot never boils?
A spoken truth never changes?
> see shy jo