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Hardy Alternate CD installation changes

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I’m running through my first installation with the Hardy beta; until now, all of my Hardy systems were dist-upgrades until now? It looks like the alternate installation sequence — and the whole CD really, got a nice makeover.

The boot menu has the only change I don’t like now. I’ve tried the Hardy beta alternate CD on two different machines, and the first boot menu has an enormous menu that springs into your face — popup window style — asking for a language choice.

Once it’s out of the way you can see that the boot menu itself has changed — items are fewer, and are centered now.

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