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Bug#690706: marked as done (release-notes: kFreeBSD-* speaks a lot about udev & linux kernel)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #690706,
regarding release-notes: kFreeBSD-* speaks a lot about udev & linux kernel
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Package: release-notes
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Dear Maintainer,
I read the release-notes for kFreeBSD-* and I saw a lot of references to the linux kernel and udev. These appears in stable & testing.
For examples at §4.4.5, §4.5.1 and §4.6.
Of course, we could be more purist and say we have to remove Linux in the title, but that's not really matters !
I know kFreeBSD is treaten as a new architecture and it may be hard to add more and more exceptions in the doc.
A simple solution could be to remove this chapters. Or speak a little about devd.

P.S. X-Debbugs-cc to debian-bsd@l.d.o as someone advise me on debian-l10n-french.


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Le 24/03/2013 13:22, Baptiste a écrit :

> Attached is the corrected patch.

Thanks, applied with some minor (not-)linux tweaks instead of the
hard-coded architecture lists. There was not much feedback from -bsd,
but I believe it’s better to start building the kFreeBSD-* RN right now
if we intend to publish them: adding them at the last minute is not
something we’ll do again, removing them later if they don’t fit is still
an option on the other hand ;). It may help to gather more feedback too.



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