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    Debian Installer Test Candidate 1 Released
    Submitted by pharm on Sunday, May 30, 2004 – 10:53
    DebianJoey Hess announced the availability of the Test Candidate 1 release for Debian-Installer. Quoting the Debian Installer webpage:

    “We are currently testing candidate images for the first release candidate. If you’d like to help, you can do so by testing these images instead of beta4.”
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    Subject: Debian Installer Test Candidate 1 Released
    Author: mutant
    Date: Wednesday, 2004/06/30 – 19:17
    It works… as advertised. I really miss having a CHIOCE though with boot loaders.
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    Subject: you can choose grub or lilo
    Author: robot101
    Date: Wednesday, 2004/06/30 – 23:50
    By default, it takes Grub. If you bail at any stage you get dropped to the main menu, where you can choose each step in turn, including installing lilo if you wish.

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    Subject: Debian Installer Test Candidate 1 Released
    Author: mutant
    Date: Thursday, 2004/07/01 – 16:15
    Ok. But I would hate to have to bail on my install just to be able to use lilo.
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    Subject: PowerPC
    Author: TekMate
    Date: Tuesday, 2004/06/29 – 02:13
    Worked great first time I have had everything working on my TiBook.
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    Subject: Towards TC2
    Author: osamu
    Date: Monday, 2004/06/21 – 11:42

    Summary do D-I IRC meeting 20040619 and “Towards TC2”, 2004.06.19.1600

    Visit “Debian Reference”

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    Subject: Expert26
    Author: petterah
    Date: Saturday, 2004/06/19 – 08:10
    Hi, works fine.. have used the expert26 option to install “unstable” on my laptop Dell C600. No problems during install. I have also used beta4 to install “testing/sarge” on my pri pc.. IBM 600 Mhz, no problems. The new installer is great 🙂

    Btw, whats the progress on the new sarge release? Anyone?

    – pah –

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    Subject: amd64
    Author: ajslater
    Date: Saturday, 2004/06/19 – 01:23
    d-i’s still waiting on the amd64 port.
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