Re: Release-critical Bugreport for March 17, 2000
severity 59860 fixed
> Package: emacs19 (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Mark W. Eichin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 59860 [NMU] Emacs19 can't be built from source
I think this might be fixed now from Joey's NMU.
> Package: kaffe (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Ean R. Schuessler <email@example.com>
> 59420 kaffe_1:1.0.5e-0.3(frozen): bad register names on m68k
> 59575 kaffe: jit3 not supported on sparc build
I've NMU'd a package which fixes both of these, last night.
> Package: libpam-modules (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Ben Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 60287 libpam-modules: Spurious Parsing Error from pam_limits.so
Hmm, forgot about this one :) I'll upload a fixed package today.
> Package: mkhybrid (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Chris Lawrence <email@example.com>
> 60119 mkhybrid: patch required for making sparc bootable CD's
> 60489 mkhybrid: patch required for making sparc bootable CD's
The duplication was my fault. I resent the original patch and forgot that
firstname.lastname@example.org was in the To. I've closed the second one above.
> Package: prc-tools (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Stephen Zander <email@example.com>
> 51647 prc-tools: fails building on sparc
This is going to either require me to port some stuff from gcc272 into
this package, or make it just ignore sparc in the architecure field. This
late in the game for potato, I think I'll choose the latter and make an
NMU (if the maintainer doesn't mind).
> Package: rscheme (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Rob Browning <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> [REMOVE] This package can be removed if it is not fixed.
> 53734 rscheme: build fails if there is no info about the packages
I'll NMU this. It will take all of two seconds to fix, and the maintainer
has pretty much ignored it.
> Package: xview (debian/main)
> Maintainer: Martin Buck <email@example.com>
> 60536 xview: compile expects sparc to be sunos
I'll probably NMU this one aswell.
/ Ben Collins -- ...on that fantastic voyage... -- Debian GNU/Linux \
` firstname.lastname@example.org -- email@example.com -- firstname.lastname@example.org '