Update install doc with syslinux-utils
Hi! Seems like the syslinux package was divided and the "isohybrid" command now comes from syslinux-utils. Please update https://tails.boum.org/doc/first_steps/installation/manual/linux/index.en.html to say "install syslinux-utils" and "sudo apt-get install syslinux-utils".
Setting elevated and next version, because it's a regression that makes our install doc not working.
#1 Updated by BitingBird over 5 years ago
Well, maybe the package was not divided and syslinux-utils simply replaces syslinux. (Breaks: syslinux (< 3:6.00~pre4+dfsg-5~), syslinux-common (< 3:6.00~pre4+dfsg-5~) Replaces: syslinux, syslinux-common). The install instructions should say syslinux-utils in any case :)
#3 Updated by sajolida over 5 years ago
- Type of work changed from Documentation to Research
I think that this is only true starting from Jessie.
Could you also make sure to which versions of Ubuntu this applies?
Then we should add something to the doc telling people to install syslinux-utils if they are on Debian Jessie or Ubuntu XXX.
#4 Updated by BitingBird over 5 years ago
dkg proposed a patch on the mailing-list, adding jessie (but not ubuntu).
Searching launchpad, they seem to have nearly the same syslinux version as Jessie in "The Utopic Unicorn" (3:6.03~pre18+dfsg-1 in Ubuntu, 3:6.03~pre20+dfsg-3 in Jessie), and syslinux-utils seems to be included in the syslinux package - I don't really understand which one you're supposed to install.
#5 Updated by sajolida over 5 years ago
Indeed, the answer seems to be "Utopic":