Bug#396835: kernel package bug and kpathsea (was: Bug#396835: tetex-bin postinst take unlimited amount of time and ram (kpsewhich took 600M and 14h))
On 06.12.06 Frank Küster (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > This symlink is an absolute reference to the source tree on the
> > builder's machine. How could that possibly be useful on anyone else's
> > random machine? If it were a symlink to /usr/src/linux* that would be
> > a different story. Note that the binary package deletes the symlink
> > on installation (search for "source" in
> > /var/lib/dpkg/info/linux-image*.postinst); it would be better IMHO if
> > it were deleted at the end of the build.
> I agree. However, before submitting a bugreport I'd like to know
> whether this problem still exists. Does anyone have a linux source
> and kernel-package installed in a sid environment?
I do. Or say better I can prepare the box. What should I do?