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Re: Minor Release Notes patch

On Sunday 09 January 2005 22:18, Jens Seidel wrote:
> -112,6 +107,7 @@
>            <p>
>              <taglist>
> +     <!-- Where is bf24 mentioned? -->
>                <tag>vanilla</tag>
>                <item><p>The standard kernel package available in
> Debian. This includes almost all drivers supported by Linux built as @@

bf24 no longer exists as such. The installer uses 2.4 by default (which is 
already mentioned somewhere).
The 2 flavors that are listed (vanilla and speakup) are really all there 

For vanilla there are several installation methods available; speakup is 
only available from floppy.

There is the option of installing with the 2.6 kernel. That is mentioned a 
few lines down:
    An installer using a 2.6 based kernel is available for Intel x86.
    For more details on how to use it please consult the installation

This sentence can be improved IMHO:
    You also have the option of installing Debian using a 2.6 kernel,
    which may work better for some hardware. For details on how to
    do this, please consult the Debian Installation Guide.


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