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Re: Documentation, and generic questions

Steffen Joeris skrev:
> On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 05:12:46 pm Klaus Ade Johnstad wrote:
>> Fredag 29 juni 2007 16:45, skrev Valerio Pachera:
>>> 3-I downloaded the dvd (testing) and found a problem. Should I post
>>> the message in this list or is it better in the "admin-discuss"
>>> (https://init.linpro.no/mailman/skolelinux.no/listinfo/admin-discuss)
>>> ? Ok, I'll say it anyway :-)  :when I was trying to install debian-edu
>>> it didn't allow me to choose the manul partitioning then I've been
>>> obbligated to terminate the installation.
>>> The machine was a kaptop Asus A6Vm and I chose Main server and LTSP
>>> server (if it can help).
>> You need to boot with 'expert' or 'expertgui' to be able to do manual
>> partitioning.
> If you just want to use manual partitioning, but beside that have a more or 
> less debian-edu installation (also with one additional profile),you should 
> use "linux debian-edu-expert" as boot options. The debian-edu-expert mode is 
> a special debian-edu mode, which also has manual partitioning. The 
> normal "expert" mode would give you a debian expert mode, which is quite 
> different.

Well, debian-edu-expert is not documented if you press "f2-f8" at the
boot screen of the CD.

And if you select "expert", you get some extra options, yes, but
debian-edu-profile is automaticly included.

I'm not sure if it possible to avoid to selecting a profile if you
select debian-edu-expert (not sure if it should be possible)

I've done quite some installations this week using expert mode.....

Finn-Arne Johansen
faj@bzz.no http://bzz.no/
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