Bug#383973: marked as done (debian-edu-install: package description problems)
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- Subject: debian-edu-install: package description problems
- From: Gerfried Fuchs <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 02:52:25 -0500
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Please write in full sentences in the long description, that's what it
is there for.
Furthermore, it would be also helpful if the URL referenced in the
package description doesn't yield a 404.
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es schlechter als Windows ist, bootet es nun also sogar schon auf der Hardware
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- Subject: Bug#383973: fixed in debian-edu-install 0.654
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- Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 08:32:08 -0700
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We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
debian-edu-install, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:
A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
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Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 17:11:09 +0200
Binary: debian-edu-install-udeb debian-edu-install debian-edu-profile-udeb
Architecture: source all
Maintainer: Debian Edu Developers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Changed-By: Petter Reinholdtsen <email@example.com>
debian-edu-install - Override base-config to install Debian-Edu without questions
debian-edu-install-udeb - Execute Debian-Edu debian-installer profile (udeb)
debian-edu-profile-udeb - Choose Debian-Edu profile (udeb)
debian-edu-install (0.654) unstable; urgency=low
[ Steffen Joeris ]
* Update the package URL and write whole sentences in the long
descriptions (Closes: #383973)
* Move the configuration of slbackup for comboservers into the
installer and avoid using cfengine via debian-edu-config for that
early installer part
* Include debian-edu-version in the /etc/debian-edu/config file
* Add code to update the Version via the postinst script due to
* Add code to debian-edu-profile for preseeding enable-nat script
from debian-edu-config package just in case we have a
Thin-Client-Server only installation
[ Petter Reinholdtsen ]
* Remove preseeding of debconf/priority from the common task, to
avoid interfering with those using the expert installation mode.
* Move code from the two finish-install.d scripts to one
post-base-installer.d script to make sure it is executed as
intended before the tasks are installed.
* Move all scripts from d-e-install-udeb to d-e-profile-udeb, to
return the d-e-install-udeb as a meta-package.
* Revert to using autopartkit, now that it is working. Use partman in
standalone mode, and manual partman partitioning in debian-edu-expert mode.
* Use the multiseat udeb as part of the debian-edu-install profile, if present.
* In debian-edu-preseed, make sure /target/etc/bind/ exist before trying to
make a symlink there.
* Make sure /proc/ isn't mounted before trying to mount it in /target/.
* Create /target/var/lib/nss-ldap/bind_policy_soft before cfengine
is executed, as libnss-ldap seem to remove it when the packages are
* Preseed ltsp-client-builder to use it to build the LTSP
environment from within d-i.
* Add preseeding for popularity-contest, should work
with version >= 1.34.
* Disable autopartkit until we find out why it fail 25 % of
* Avoid '-' in version name string. The shell handle '-' specially, and
this broke the installation.
* Clean up handling of debian-edu-expert mode.
* Added code to debian-edu-profile to preseed /target with
debian-edu-install/profile. Should allow debian-edu-preseed to correctly
write the interfaces file.
* Changed the detection of debian-edu-expert.
* Dont preseed anything if user pressed ESC in profilechooser
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