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Old 7th February 2011, 19:01
Hans Hans is offline
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After having a closer look to the testing server.

You can also remove the file remove the file /etc/environment because ons Squeeze you need to use /etc/default/locale instead. The locales can be the same as they where in /etc/environment.

It's also save to remove the file /etc/network/options
(This file will be ingored by Debian Squeeze)

If you don't remove /etc/environment and /etc/network/options, some warning appear during boot time.

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Last edited by Hans; 7th February 2011 at 19:04.
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