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kFreeBSD version of the Debian Installation Guide


Samuel Thibault, le Wed 15 Sep 2010 10:16:46 +0200, a écrit :
> Christian PERRIER, le Wed 15 Sep 2010 07:02:50 +0200, a écrit :
> > Quoting Samuel Thibault (sthibault@debian.org):
> > > I have commited (r64720) fixes and a bit of triaging for the kFreeBSD
> > > Hardware support part in the Debian Installation Guide: replacing Linux
> > > with kFreeBSD where it makes sense, dropping apparently Linux-specific
> > > sections, enabling what I know apply to kFreeBSD.
> > 
> > I just forwarded this to -i18n so that translators know they have work
> > to do.
> Well, I plan to continue with further chapters in the following days,
> maybe we should wait until I'm mostly finished with what I plan to do on
> the short term?

Ok, I'm done (and it still builds :) ).

BSD people, can you have a look at the following sections and complete
information there?

- hardware support
- boot procedures
- configuring encrypted volumes
- supported partition options
- recommended partition scheme
- device names
- an equivalent to linux devices

i18n people, you can probably now update your translations with my
changes. Most of the time I was able to make the changes in the
translated versions for you (like adding arch="linux-any" etc.), but
some changes were more invasive so I sometimes didn't dare doing them
myself.  In any case I haven't changed the svn versions or po date.


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