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RE: Indy installs from CD

I've also now burned a CD and tested the install and now have a working
Linux Independence System. There are a couple of minor issues about the

1) If choosing a non custom install, when you get the Setup filesystems
message warning that all linux partitions will be erased the Cancel
button doesn't do anything. 

2) Version numbers during the install say Independece 2.0

3) CD appears to be locked in the drive at the point when the instalation
asks you to remove the boot media and press a key to reboot the system.

Other than those everything seems fine at the new installed system is 
working fine. Will do some more testing.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-independence-l@independence.seul.org
> [mailto:owner-independence-l@independence.seul.org]On Behalf Of JF
> Martinez
> Sent: 20 September 1999 06:09
> To: independence-l@independence.seul.org
> Subject: Indy installs from CD
> I burned a CD and tested the CD install.  It works.  However I noticed
> that most translated sentences are being displayed in English so
> somethingn was wrong when I built the install image.
> In the following days while I hack the site I will try to find what is
> wrong with the building of the translations and I will also sync the
> -- 
> 			Jean Francois Martinez
> Project Independence: Linux for the Masses
> http://www.independence.seul.org