Le Monday 8 August 2011 10:33:49, Joel Roth a écrit : > To be able to use ssh, I ended up just wiping out > my ~/.ssh/known_hosts file. (Couldn't figure out > how to replace outdated keys.) This is a bit brutal. You could just remove the problematic line and let ssh fill the gap with the new host key. > Once again, I'm finding that I'm getting weird results > due to quilt patches being left in an applied state > after building. You can use unapply-patches in debian/source/local-options to have patches unapplied after build. See dpkg-source(1) for details. > Also, I have some confusing stuff in an auto-created > patch debian-changes-1.076. If upstream's build process changes the source, you will have this problem. One option is to instruct dpkg-source to skip the modified file with debian/source/options. Here's what I use in rakudo: extend-diff-ignore="config\.status" See dpkg-source(1) for details (or  ) HTH Dominique  http://tinyurl.com/3qvd57w -- http://config-model.wiki.sourceforge.net/ -o- http://search.cpan.org/~ddumont/ http://www.ohloh.net/accounts/ddumont -o- http://ddumont.wordpress.com/
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