Re: Explicit mention of normal CD for netinst images (Was: Modification du texte de netinst)
Please don't include me anymore in your emails : it becomes too
technical for me, and I see you are working on it, so it's all right for
Before I leave you here is a suggestion : refer more/first to the
different netinst files than/then to the different boot media. Indeed,
debian.org is in charge of the files, while users are in charge of the
Thanks for all,
Le mardi 20 septembre 2011 à 22:49 +0100, Justin B Rye a écrit :
> Joey Hess wrote:
> > Justin B Rye wrote:
> >> So it's got nothing to do with tiny CDs. Probably the text here
> >> should mention the word "hd-media" instead...
> > The tiny CDs its referring to are
> > http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/dists/squeeze/main/installer-i386/current/images/netboot/mini.iso (16 mb)
> Look at that heading again: "Tiny CDs, USB sticks, etc." If "Tiny
> CDs" is referring to an ISO file, what does it mean by "USB sticks"?
> The page persistently confuses hardware and software, making it sound
> as if you can't do netinsts off a DVD.
> And anyway... I don't get it. Why is a 16MB ISO file more "suitable
> for USB Sticks and similar devices" than a 180MB one?
> A first step in the right direction would be to replace "CDs" with
> "CD-images" where it means that.