typo in installation instructions - minimum requirements page

Bug #1030336 reported by Martin Nanni on 2012-07-28
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installation-guide (Ubuntu)
Low
Quinn Balazs

Bug Description

https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/installation-guide/amd64/minimum-hardware-reqts.html

it says:
The actual minimum memory requirements are a lot less then the numbers listed in this table.
it should say:
The actual minimum memory requirements are a lot less THAN the numbers listed in this table.

Changed in installation-guide (Ubuntu):
importance: Undecided → Low
status: New → Triaged
Quinn Balazs (qbalazs) on 2013-10-12
Changed in installation-guide (Ubuntu):
status: Triaged → In Progress
assignee: nobody → Quinn Balazs (qbalazs)
Quinn Balazs (qbalazs) wrote :

Quick change, shouldn't affect anything else at all.

Quinn Balazs (qbalazs) wrote :

The attachment "LP-bug-1030336.patch" seems to be a patch. If it isn't, please remove the "patch" flag from the attachment, remove the "patch" tag, and if you are a member of the ~ubuntu-reviewers, unsubscribe the team.

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This bug was fixed in the package installation-guide - 20150528ubuntu1

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installation-guide (20150528ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=low

  * Merge from Debian unstable; LP: #887663.
    - fixes a wrong init script name for dhcpd. LP: #666726.
    - fixes a typo in the table of memory requirements. LP: #1030336.
    - drops obsolete mention of 2.6 kernels in keyboard preseeding.
      LP: #1000354.
    - fixes wrong make-kpkg example invocation. LP: #1019906.
    - fixes stale link to debian-installer subversion repo. LP: #1233732.
  * Remaining changes:
    - Extensive (although possibly incomplete) Ubuntu branding, adjustments
      for our mirror layout, etc.
    - Build only English (for now, until we figure out how to avoid trashing
      translations quite so badly with Ubuntu branding etc.).
    - Drop build-dependency on poxml for now, since we don't ship any
      translations.
    - Add "Ubuntu and Debian" and "What is Ubuntu?" section, text borrowed
      from the Ubuntu web site. Disable the "What is Debian GNU/Linux?"
      section.
    - Build only Ubuntu architectures (amd64, arm64, armhf, i386, powerpc,
      ppc64el, s390x).
    - Direct installation reports to ubuntu-users for now.
    - Document mounting /sys in various places.
    - Update chroot-install guide for language packs; add
      a bit more advice about installing grub.
    - Document our root password and sudo arrangements.
    - Adjust various memory and disk space requirements. Talk about the
      default Ubuntu desktop and Ubuntu tasks rather than Debian tasks.
    - Document network-console/authorized_keys_url feature
    - Document mirror/udeb/components.
    - Document scheme for preseeding the use of CC.archive.ubuntu.com
      mirrors.
    - Document how to override the weak password check.
    - Document preseeding user-setup's home directory encryption facility.
    - Document new simplified partman preseeding.
    - Document partman-auto-lvm/guided_size.
    - Document partman/default_filesystem.
    - Document live-installer/net-image.
    - Improve examples of tasksel/first preseeding to avoid mentioning
      standard, which is installed by default.
    - Document pkgsel/update-policy.
    - Document pkgsel/updatedb.
    - Document apt-setup/security_path.
    - Disable documentation of win32-loader.
    - Document netboot-style USB images. Still mention the hd-media images,
      but they're downplayed since many USB sticks are too small for a full
      Ubuntu ISO image.
    - Retain delta for commented-out OldWorld Mac support because it's easier
      than reverting it; but at this point OldWorld Macs will almost
      certainly never be supported in Ubuntu or Debian.
    - Remove comments about automatic installation methods that have been
      removed from Ubuntu.
    - Document Kickstart installations.
    - Unset supports-floppy-boot for all our architectures.
    - Don't recommend passing http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu to
      debootstrap.
    - Document that i586 processors and i686 without cmov are no longer
      supported.
  * Dropped changes, included in Debian:
    - Update keyboard preseeding documentation for conso...

Changed in installation-guide (Ubuntu):
status: In Progress → Fix Released
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