Quoting Steve Langasek (email@example.com): > On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 09:43:03AM +0200, Christian PERRIER wrote: > > I committed the changes with two extra changes: > > > 1) the sublevel has be changed to 3. There is no reason to enforce the > > translation of this template that hard (sublevels 1 and 2 being > > complete is theoretically mandatory). > > > > Template: debian-installer/driver-injection-disk-detect/title > > > Type: text > > > # Main menu item > > > # :sl1: > > > _Description: Detect OEM driver injection disks > > > I replaced "OEM" by "hardware" in an attempt to unjargonize. > > And thereby losing information. Well, then define OEM in this context....This acronym is used in each and every possible situation and nearly means nothing nowadays. So ? I dont' think we lose any information by being more explicit. > > The d-i main menu is only shown in expert mode or when there's been an > exception in the install. We shouldn't make these menu items less accurate > to avoid using "jargon", that will only confuse users into thinking this > menu item could be used for something it can't. > > > I also reported a bug suggesting to lower the priority at which this > > template is displayed. > > It's a main menu item. Doesn't the priority of udeb menu item templates > affect either a) whether the udeb is *run* by default, or b) nothing (I > can't remember which)? I'm not talking about he mtnu item priority, I'm talking about the driver-injection-disk/load template priority, in : bubulle@mykerinos:~/src/debian/debian-installer/packages/hw-detect/debian> more ../driver-injection-disk.sh #!/bin/sh .../... db_input high driver-injection-disk/load || true .../... s/high/medium is what I propose.
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