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#260 fixed PXE installer: make danger as obvious as possible nocturne

Reported by nocturne, 15 years ago.


In the Athena-10 PXE-installer menu, (c.f., I'd suggest rephrasing option (1) to make it as obvious as possible to a casual/careless user that this option erases all their data.

Instead of "Perform an unattended Athena 10 install, WIPING OUT your ENTIRE DISK", I might suggest "DESTROY ALL DATA ON your COMPUTER'S DISK and perform an unattended Athena 10 install", which both mentions the erasure before "Athena 10", and is somewhat more readable to particularly naive users than "wipe out your disk".

#261 invalid debathena-discuss-server shouldn't assume inetd mitchb

Reported by mitchb, 15 years ago.


When I took the debathena-discuss-server update this morning, I noticed the following message:

The following line will be added to your /etc/inetd.conf file:


If you are indeed using xinetd, you will have to convert the above into /etc/xinetd.conf format, and add it manually. See /usr/share/doc/xinetd/README.Debian for more information.

First, the "\t"s above are literal - they displayed as "\t" on the screen, which is probably an error.

Second, even Hardy, which is the oldest supported Ubuntu release, uses xinetd, so the package should probably know how to detect and configure xinetd correctly.

#262 wontfix openafs-modules-virtual should use modules built for -server broder

Reported by broder, 15 years ago.


For reasons that escape my comprehension, the -virtual kernel flavor in Ubuntu installs a -server kernel and identifies itself in uname -r as a -server kernel.

This means that openafs-modules-virtual should depend on openafs-modules-2.6.whatever-whatever-server instead of -virtual. Using openafs-modules-server isn't a substitute, because that depends on the -server kernel image, which conflicts with the -virtual kernel image.

The best thing to do might be to actually look at the file contents of each linux-image- package when we're building the metapackages.

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