Bug#595463: Update for debian-live
I have enclosed a patch to update the release notes, first by updating
the package name from live-helper to live-build, and second, adding an
item in the installer section on the new live-installer support.
Regarding usb-hdd images, I'm not sure if that really needs to be stated
now in the release notes if it isn't going to be done until some
indefinite time in the future.
diff --git a/en/installing.dbk b/en/installing.dbk
index d2d6fc7..1d85a53 100644
@@ -306,6 +306,20 @@ keymap and mirror selection) are now more obvious to the user.
+<term>Live system installation</term>
+The installer now supports live systems in two ways. First, an installer
+included on live system media can use the contents of the live system in place
+of the regular installation of the base system. Second, the installer may now
+be launched while running the live system, allowing the user to do other things
+with the live system during the install. Both features are built into the
+Debian Live images offered at <ulink url="http://cdimage.debian.org/" />.
diff --git a/en/whats-new.dbk b/en/whats-new.dbk
index cedb274..f847579 100644
@@ -607,7 +607,7 @@ A Debian Live system is a Debian system that can be booted directly
from removable media (CD-ROMs, DVDs, USB keys) or from another computer
over the network without the need of installation. The images are
produced by a tool named <systemitem
-role="package">live-helper</systemitem>, which can easily be used to
+role="package">live-build</systemitem>, which can easily be used to
create custom live images. More information about the Debian Live project
can be found at <ulink url="http://live.debian.net/" />.