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Bug#641212: marked as done (CD-Netinst/PXEinstall: ext2 still used as fs for /boot mount point)

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and subject line Re: Bug#641212: CD-Netinst/PXEinstall: ext2 still used as fs for /boot mount point
has caused the Debian Bug report #641212,
regarding CD-Netinst/PXEinstall: ext2 still used as fs for /boot mount point
to be marked as done.

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Package: debian-edu-install
Severity: minor
Version: SVN-r74148

The CD netinstaller and the PXE installer of Debian Edu still use ext2 fs as /boot file system.



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Version: 1.521

[Petter Reinholdtsen]
> Please let me know if you still see it with Debian Edu/Squeeze beta2,
> and close this bug as fixed in version 1.521 if not.

/boot is ext4 by default now, and we will abort the installation if the
hard drive is too small.  Closing this as fixed.

Happy hacking
Petter Reinholdtsen

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