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Re: linux-kernel-di-powerpc-2.6_1.24_powerpc.changes REJECTED



Hi,

On Thursday 30 November 2006 15:49, you wrote:
> That's not what I was asking - during run (install) time, there is no way
> to pull udebs off the net then, I gather?

If you use your own mirror and modify that, you can. It's even explained in 
the d-i developer documentation how to do this, as this is a FAQ.

> Just to make myself clear: I do _not_ consider hiding a note on how to
> silence the fans in the release notes' errata to be sufficient according
> to Debian quality standards. Not the standards I've come to expect from
> past releases, at least.

I completly agree, but you seem to be not aware, that we are talking about RC1 
of the debian-installer and RC1 means "Release Candiate 1". 

It's called "RC1", "testing" and "unstable" for reasons.

The only reason I care about this info in the release notes for RC1, is to 
have this issue solved (by documenting a workaround) in etch as well. In 
unstable it's fixed.


regards,
	Holger

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