Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 24 2008,16:30
|Lucky13, it's not because of that. It seems to be a bug in one of the bootscripts, not taking HD-install into account (as it can have extensions installed but deleted) |
All the more reason to stop supporting hard drive installs. I know DSL works fine like that, but I still think people who want "Debian-like" systems should use something designed for that whether it's Debian or something like DeLi which is less bloated. Between the xfs/jfs/hfs(+) issues I had with the hotplug script and this kind of thing, it only reinforces the point that DSL should be either nomadic or "normal" and not try to cover every base.
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