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Re: Added Links to Debian/Fedora

From: Andrew Clausen
Subject: Re: Added Links to Debian/Fedora
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 14:29:39 +1100
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Hi Mathieu,

I found this sentence confusing:

        As an alternative means to use Parted it is distributed with
        many distributions most on them probably give you a way to use
        it in "rescue" mode : (Some may include patch that are not part
        of the stable branch of parted)

Can I suggest:

        Alternatively, Parted is included in many GNU/Linux
        distributions.  Moreover, Parted is often available in "rescue
        mode" that can be accessed by booting from the installation CDs.
        Note that GNU/Linux distributors frequently apply patches that
        are not included with the official GNU Parted versions published

If you've got time, I have some other suggestions...
 * linking to programs that use libparted.  (i.e.: installers, gparted,
 qtparted, etc.)
 * linking to unapplied patches (eg HFS patch)
 * update the manual on the website to the one distributed with Parted.
 * CVS access should be last... not many users will be interested.


On Tue, Jan 18, 2005 at 05:53:05PM -0500, Mathieu Bruneau wrote:
> Hi folks,
>       I added links to Parted's package page for debian as well as a link 
>       to fedora in the downloading section on gnu.org. Have a look and I'm 
> open 
> for comment! (or other link)
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