Re: Sarge Release Notes - Updates
* Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005-06-14 20:55] :
> Hello translators,
> There were a few requests to include information in the Release Notes that
> were received too late for the release. Also a few errors have been
> reported and improvements suggested after the release.
> This means that the Release Notes have now been updated to revision 1.60.
> Please update your translations as well.
> Although there is no real hurry to update the translations, it would be
> good if they are. No other changes are planned currently.
> Frans Pop
> (I will forward this mail to individual translators in two weeks if no
> update has been committed for their language before then.)
Here is a patch with some small fixes, one to compile for amd64 and the
others for file, package and prgn tags.
RCS file: /cvs/debian-doc/ddp/manuals.sgml/release-notes/en/release-notes.en.sgml,v
retrieving revision 1.60
diff -u -u -r1.60 release-notes.en.sgml
--- en/release-notes.en.sgml 14 Jun 2005 16:43:11 -0000 1.60
+++ en/release-notes.en.sgml 15 Jun 2005 00:19:54 -0000
@@ -65,6 +65,7 @@
+<![ %not-amd64 [
<item><p>Document upgrading from raidtools2 to mdadm in
<![ %upgradekernel [
@@ -77,6 +78,7 @@
packages that are on hold than <prgn/apt-get/ and <prgn/dselect/.
Properly document how hold status can be checked and set in
@@ -1223,7 +1225,7 @@
arrays on the system.</p>
<p>You should also make sure that the RAID arrays are started automatically
- on boot. Check the file /etc/default/mdadm to see if the variable
+ on boot. Check the file <file>/etc/default/mdadm</file> to see if the variable
AUTOSTART is set to <tt/true/.</p>
@@ -1482,10 +1484,10 @@
over the older OSS sound drivers. ALSA sound drivers are provided
as modules by default. In order for sound to work, the ALSA modules
appropriate for your sound hardware need to be loaded. In general this
- will happen automatically if you have, in addition to the alsa-base
- package, either the hotplug package or the discover package installed.
- The alsa-base package also "blacklists" OSS modules to prevent hotplug
- and discover from loading them. If you have OSS modules listed in
+ will happen automatically if you have, in addition to the <package>alsa-base</package>
+ package, either the <package>hotplug</package> package or the <package>discover</package> package installed.
+ The <package>alsa-base</package> package also "blacklists" OSS modules to prevent <prgn>hotplug</prgn>
+ and <prgn>discover</prgn> from loading them. If you have OSS modules listed in
<file>/etc/modules</file>, you should remove them.</p>