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SEUL: Testers Needed

Ok, we need some testers.  Before we can change Debian, we first need to
DOCUMENT what it is exactly that needs changing. I need some folks to
actually install debian and take careful notes about the process.  The
notes should start right about now.  Document where you go to look for
information about installing it, note which documents you find.  What
confuses you? What enlightens you? I do not mean the just the physical
process of installing it but the entire process leading up to that grand

What I am trying to determine is which documents are useful, which are
worthless or worse than worthless.

I am not going to give any help here on getting it installed.  I want you
to use the resources that are already or not already online so that we can
really see what are prospective users are up against.

I already have my own ideas having helped a few newbies through the
process but I do not want to modify your experiance by pointing any of
these things out.

I need to know what hardware you have.
Where you got pre-install information
Where you go the distribution itself
What occured during install
what occured after install

I will gove one piece of advise ... do not go for a fresh install of 2.0,
use Debian Stable (1.3.1r6)

George Bonser 
If NT is the answer, you didn't understand the question. (NOTE: Stolen sig)
Debian/GNU Linux ... the maintainable operating system.