When installing Debian GNU/Linux Woody 3.0 and you're given the choice to make a boot floppy, when you say yes and make the floppy, it tells you to add this line
to this file
to stop some unnecessary measurement in the future; but that file is not in the /etc directory. In fact, it doesn't seem to exist anywhere.
Why does it say this and then the file isn't created? Is it important to do this?
NB: I used the Spell Check function, and can you believe it? It doesn't have Debian in the dictionary. So, maybe this is all just some DeadRat conspiracy