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Re: What happened to debian - does "stable" keep having any meaning?

On Mi, 23 mar 11, 07:30:48, Geronimo wrote:
> Hello,
> Andrei Popescu wrote:
> > On Lu, 21 mar 11, 20:28:51, Geronimo wrote:
> > > Ok, the latter is attached (well - just half of the disks), the former
> > > does not exists any more, cause I purged grub2
> > 
> > Too bad, now we can't investigate what was wrong. Just for the archives,
> > here's an excerpt from a working grub.cfg from a fresh squeeze install:
> Ok, I attached a bunch of info files from my current grub2 setup, which is not 
> working.
> I additionally added the grub.cfg from ubuntu, which is working.
Ok, I'll look into them later.

> Hope you can extract the info that leads to the bug.
> ---
> I have a whish to the debian istaller disk. Find attached an image of the 
> current menue, where one should select a root partition in rescue mode.
> This menue is quite useless, if you have an external controller, as device 
> names may change on every boot.
> What about extending the menue, that it shows the same info as "cat 
> /proc/partitions" ?
> The device name together with size information is good to identify the right 
> partion.
> Adding the label of a partition would be extraordinary :)

I agree. How about a wishlist bug against debian-installer?

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