Bug#511247: marked as done (Debian mixed testing/unstable, apt.conf, Default-Release, live-helper sequence;)
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has caused the Debian Bug report #511247,
regarding Debian mixed testing/unstable, apt.conf, Default-Release, live-helper sequence;
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We can't build a Debian testing/ unstable mixed system with just the
/etc/apt/apt.conf file with this line:
Discussion from IRC #debian-live:
[13:27] <lamby> But we cannot use apt.conf (ie. Default-Release) as it
requires the wrong type. And live-helper messes with it incorrectly if I
read the scrollback correctly (which is a bug).
[13:28] <SynrG> lamby: but lh_chroot_apt has no provision for arbitrary
additional apt.conf.d material :P
[13:28] <SynrG> if it did, we'd be ok
[13:28] <SynrG> we could use Default-Release here
[13:28] <SynrG> the line i posted to the list won't work only because we
cannot automatically set this to LH_DISTRIBUTION
[13:28] <SynrG> but if we could provide our own
[13:29] <SynrG> er
[13:29] <SynrG> /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99default-release
[13:29] <SynrG> then we'd be fine
[13:29] <lamby> Why can't you do that via includes?
[13:29] <SynrG> because the sequence is:
[13:29] <SynrG> lh_chroot_apt
[13:29] <lamby> Hah, of course. :)
[13:29] <SynrG> lh_chroot_local-packages
[13:29] <lamby> Please file this is a bug.
[13:30] <SynrG> lh_chroot_local-includes
[13:30] <SynrG> :P
from man apt.conf:
Default release to install packages from if more than one
Contains release name or release version. Examples: ´stable´,
´unstable´, ´4.0´, ´5.0*´. Release codenames (´etch´, ´lenny´
etc.) are not allowed
now. See also apt_preferences(5).
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We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
live-helper, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:
A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is
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Date: Sat, 10 Jan 2009 15:00:00 -0500
Architecture: source all
Maintainer: Debian Live <email@example.com>
Changed-By: Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
live-helper - Debian Live build scripts
live-helper (1.0.2-3) unstable; urgency=medium
[ Chris Lamb ]
* Add 'dump' as a getopt longoption so as not to prevent rejection of --dump
argument to lh_config.
* Only print versions of live-helper in --dump output, not every package
* Test for dpkg-query instead of dpkg if we are only going to run dpkg-query
within that scope.
* Don't assume that if dpkg is installed, we'll actually get a live-helper
version number from it.
* Re-order arguments to find(1) to silence warning about sub-optimal ordering.
* Set default value of _COLOR to "false" from "disabled".
[ Daniel Baumann ]
* Also handling custom apt.conf in config/chroot_apt/apt.conf to allow further
apt configuration (Closes: #511247).
* Adding sample hook to add custom /etc/modules entries.
* Truncating resolv.conf created during bootstrap stage, otherwise we'll end
up with a local resolv.conf in the final image. Thanks to Ben Armstrong
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