Secondly, Something Debian-installer people have talked about (though not yet implemented) is having option to boot with backports kernel ( e.g. 5.4.0-0.bpo.3-amd64 ) --
this latter point can be really helpful with different hardware issues etc. Be nice to have "install with buster-backports kernel" facility as well, but even being able to boot installer with 5.4 kernel *option* can be really helpful.
First note -- mutter-and-grumble that there is no memtest boot option, very useful to put back in!. (no self-integrity-check in the iso either...).
No, I think we're good to go on this one. Test 20 is working fine for me here. Let me know about the message you're getting though.
Any updates on this ISO?
Test #20 went to a black screen and didn't come back. I can send you screenshots of the messages if you want.
Broadcom works post-install.. but not in the live session. Some regression in Debian... since that worked fine in Jessie. I'm not keen on modprobing and all... cause it could have adverse effects on some other chipsets.