|Deletions are marked like this.||Additions are marked like this.|
|Line 16:||Line 16:|
|'''Question''': Is the DebianInstaller going to graphical in nature?||'''Question''': Is the DebianInstaller going to be graphical in nature?|
|Line 19:||Line 19:|
'''Question''': Will the DebianInstaller support creating and installing to software RAID devices?
Please add your own questions here. It's a Wiki. Just Click the EDIT button.
Question: Is the DebianInstaller project not going to use PGI because PGI only works for i386 ?
Answer: PGI works not only in i386 but in other architectures, like ["IA64"], too - I've read this in PGI documentation. From http://www.progeny.com/products/pgi/guide.html#id2781733 :
PGI is architecture-independent and has been designed for portability. In its first release, PGI supports the Intel x86 and IA-64 architectures. Hooks are in place for developers on other architectures to add support for their platforms without having to make infrastructural changes to PGI.
Question: Is the DebianInstaller going to be graphical in nature?
Answer: The DebianInstaller will not be graphical by nature, but modularity is a key in his design. It would allow the use of different kinds of frontends, including those of a graphical nature.
Question: Will the DebianInstaller support creating and installing to software RAID devices?