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Remove m68k from English version of the manual
Remove alpha from table of supported architectures when building for other arches
Add a caution against using IA64 for "normal" 64-bit Intel systems
Remove everything about Broadcom SWARM and BigSur since we no longer support these devices in the installer.
Show some sections on mipsel that apply there too.
Updates for ARM (armel)
Document accessibility support in the installer Many thanks to Samuel Thibault for writing this up. Reviewed by Frans Pop.
Versatile is armel only, not arm
Document support in the installer for loading missing firmware
Revert accidental commits
Update of untranslated documents
* Update of supported subarches/flavors for powerpc. * hardware-supported: - suppress m68k from arches table, unless building for m68k - show which subarches are supported by arm/armel - various minor updates and improvements
Restructure supported hardware section.
Describe MIPS Malta.
Describe Orion and Versatile as supported platforms.
Sigh. How hard can this be?
Remove everything about DECstation since these machines are no longer supported.
It does not look like we'll be updating the installation guide for Etch, so remove all the release conditions
* Support for sparc32 has been discontinued for Lenny. This also means that booting from floppy is no longer supported for sparc.
Make removals by Martin for RiscPC conditional on builds for etch instead
Remove all information about RiscPC because these machines are no longer supported.
Consistent use of X Window System
Remove sun4cd (sparc32) from and add sun4v (sparc64) in hardware table
PowerPC/APUS is currently not supported; removed from hardware table
Update documenation for Sparc, based on patch by Jurij Smakov
Fix inconsistencies in architecture names; thanks to Tapio Lehtonen
Talk about ixp4xx rather than the more specific nslu2.
Mention Intel IOP32x support.
Correct number of release arches; thanks to Holger Wansing
- Improve text for smp-alternatives (thanks Frederik Schueler) - i386 also has smp-alternatives, except for 486 flavor which is not compiled with SMP support - hardware/hardware-supported.xml: whitespace cleanup - changelog updated
- Reorganize supported hardware table; add amd64 - Add minimalistic 'CPU, Main Boards, and Video Support' section for amd64 - Add variant for SMP-alternatives to descriptions of SMP support and activate for amd64 - Remove an unused arch-condition
Initial commit preparing to add variant for AMD64. This commit basically creates the AMD64 variant as a copy of the i386 manual. Further commits will be needed to differentiate the AMD64 variant from i386 where needed. Commit includes changes for all translations.
Fix hardware table for a change
As of 2.6, r4k-ip22 also rupports r5k machines do the r5k-ip22 flavour has been dropped.
The RiscPC flavour is now known as "rpc" rather than "riscpc".
Drop Riscstation since it's no longer supported in 2.6 kernels. < kyllikki> tbm: ok, riscstation is gone in 2.6 as are all 7500
More Clytie inspired change
Fix hardware table (again ;-)
Add support for the SGI O2 (IP32) machines (with R5000 CPU).
Add support for the Broadcom BCM91480B evaluation board (aka "BigSur").
Rename sb1-swarm-bn to sb1-bcm91250a for consistency.
Use correct listnames for architectures; d-devel is used for now for i386 for lack of a better option (see build/arch-options)
Fix error in hardware support table
Bring ARM up to date with reality: remove unsupported flavours, add NSLU2.
* Etch uses X.Org 6.9, and xserver-xorg instead of xserver-xfree86.
move manual to top-level directory, split out of debian-installer package
- Cleanup use of quotes and dashes; second part of patch originally submitted by Branden Robinson (#279927). - Fix some footnotes that will hopefully make Phillipe Batailler happier. - SMP support kernel configuration is not in the same section for all arches so should be variable. - hppa (optional) and s/390 (standard) also support SMP - Some minor corrections.
End-of-line whitespace cleanup; no textual changes.
- Cleanup of broken external links (thanks to Doug Jensen) - Minor revision of text on video card support in X11 (thanks to Matthew Wilcox)
Apply patch from from waldi wrongly committed to Sarge branch: * installer/doc/manual/build/arch-options/s390 - Don't support nfsroot. - Don't mention smp, s390 without smp is not available. * installer/doc/manual/en/hardware/hardware-supported.xml: Document flavours. * installer/doc/manual/en/hardware/supported-peripherals.xml: Don't include general sentence for s390. * installer/doc/manual/en/hardware/network-cards.xml: Update. * installer/doc/manual/en/preparing/bios-setup/s390.xml: Update location.
Revert last commit by pronik as his changes break the current builds
rudimentary column specifications added (needed for good PDFs later), fixed a stupid typo in the appendix, which causes strange formatting of the notes
drop references to obsolete Alpha subarchs
Remove text about new-powermac, which is no longer applicable.
Mips manual update.
Full spelling check for the manual (English)
X on mipsel
Add info about Cobalt and Broadcom.
More about mips and graphics cards.
cosmetics (Indigo2 -> Indigo 2)
Add cobalt and sb1-swarm-bn to mipsel
Add r5k-ip22 and sb1-swarm-bn to the chart.
Use the term Indigo2 rather than I2.
modify smp for i386 to note that a smp kernel may or may not be installed, depending on installation media
Write some bits (partitioning, iso-scan, kernel26), Fix building of French manual
patch together a new source package that will include both the images and the manual
doc/manual: Enable keyword expansion.
Delete or comment out old woody i386 flavors
Some tagging work
More conversion of tables from plain text to xml, thanks Miroslav Kure
Minimize the <xref> tag
Replace text by entities
change marked sections to attributes
add back entities which were removed in xml conversion, and fill in some blank links. Thanks to Miroslav Kure for the patch.
add proper headers
add partitioning chapter
clean up formatting
got started on install manual, converted beginning sections from boot-floppies into DocBook XML.
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