[PATCH 5/7] release notes: drop emdebian, netbook and java from "what's new"
These are old news.
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Sorry, sent the wrong 0005-* file, 5/7 was supposed to be this one :)
diff --git a/en/whats-new.dbk b/en/whats-new.dbk
index a34fcb7..cf0a536 100644
@@ -535,54 +535,4 @@ been provided for the dropped packages.
- <section id="emdebian">
- <!-- text taken by Neil Williams #494366 -->
- <title>Emdebian 1.0 (based on &debian; &releasename; &release;)</title>
- Lenny now contains the build tools for Emdebian which allow Debian
- source packages to be cross-built and shrunk to suit embedded ARM
- The Emdebian 1.0 distribution itself contains prebuilt ARM packages
- sufficient to create root filesystems that can be customised for
- specific machines and machine variants. Kernels and kernel modules
- need to be provided separately. Support for armel and i386 is under
- See the <ulink url="http://www.emdebian.org/">Emdebian
- webpage</ulink> for further information.
- <title>Netbook support</title>
- Netbooks, such as the Eee PC by Asus, are now supported by
- Debian. For the Eee PC, have a look at the <systemitem
- role="package">eeepc-acpi-scripts</systemitem>. Also, Debian
- features a new Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment, <systemitem
- role="package">lxde</systemitem>, which is beneficial for
- netbooks or other computers with relatively low performance.
- <title>Java now in Debian</title>
- The OpenJDK Java Runtime Environment <systemitem
- role="packgage">openjdk-6-jre</systemitem> and Development Kit
- <systemitem role="packgage">openjdk-6-jdk</systemitem>, needed
- for executing Java GUI and Webstart programs or building such
- programs, are now in Debian. The packages are built using the
- IcedTea build support and patches from the IcedTea project.