CD DVD documentation
A discussion in de Debian User list revealed that it is not obvious that one needs CD-1 or DVD-1 to boot and that all the other CDs / DVDs are just to hold extra packages.
That infiormation may be available at other places but at least not there. A little extra explanation is suggested.
Can someone update the relevant pages? There are 16 different languages of that page.
>From the thread "Re: image download with jigdo"
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>> Apologies if I've caused any confusion here - the jigdo-created
>> images are *exactly* the same as what you'd have if you downloaded
>> the ISO directly. You've just picked some DVDs from the middle of a
>> set, that's all. Only the first DVD in a set is bootable, the rest
>> are just there to hold more packages for users to install.
> If your explanation was added to
> any confusion could be avoided. How about
> The jigdo-created images are exactly the same as what you'd have if
> you downloaded the ISO directly. But note, only the first CD or DVD
> in a set is bootable, the rest are just there to hold more packages
> to install.
I suggest that this text is inserted at the end of the third paragraph which starts with "From one of the locations ...."
> after "Once you have downloaded the images and written them to CD .....".
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