Re: Live builds
On 22/11/10 11:40 AM, Richard Nelson wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 4:15 PM, James Bernard
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> tahnks for the quick reply,
>> On 22/11/2010 6:38 AM, Richard Nelson wrote:
>>> On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 2:55 AM, James Bernard
>>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi Guys,
>>>> Doing great work
>>>> I tried a live build and it worked great. But now I'm receiving an email
>>>> every 2 days or so saying my build is ready! It would appear to be
>>>> repeating itself as the build was the same and I hadn't asked for a new
>>>> build. Is there a way of stopping the repeat build?
>>> Which interface did you use to build, CGI or Django?
>> I used the interface here:
> Can you send the email you requested for your builds?
> Also are the build numbers the same or are they different?
> Please make sure you use reply all to get the d-l m-l informed on this thread.
I used the web front-end to start the builds and then received emails to
confirm the completed build.
First email was good: live-build web-frontend - Build
20101117.010114.217515915 dated: 17th nov
2nd email was repeat build but new number: live-build web-frontend -
Build 20101120.140037.717310854 dated 20th Nov
3rd email as above: live-build web-frontend - Build
20101121.021531.919161262 dated 21st Nov
The second and third builds I didn't request. All three have the same
# Standard options
LB_PACKAGES="ardour jack jack-tools jack-rack alsa-base alsa-utils qjackctl "
# Advanced bootstrap options
# Advanced chroot options
# Advanced binary options
LB_ISO_PUBLISHER="Debian Live project; http://live.debian.net/; firstname.lastname@example.org"
LB_ISO_VOLUME="Debian Live 20101117-00:58"
# Advanced source options
# Unofficial options
I haven't received any more yet...
I brought this up because its a waste of resourses to have unrequested