Re: It is not worthwhile reporting a bug on Debian wheezy/sid..
Jon Dowland <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Thu, May 03, 2012 at 05:09:16PM +0100, Darac Marjal wrote:
>> No, this isn't a reportbug bug. This is reportbug simply saying "You're
>> running stable. The bug you're about to report may already have been
>> reported and fixed in testing or unstable".
> No, it isn't. He's running version 1.2.10-2.1 of gorm.app which *is*
> the most recent version of the package, in testing and sid. reportbug
> believes a more recent version is available, but that is not true for
> his architecture.
Exactly this is my case!
>> In this case, the +b1 versions are likely to be binary-only uploads
>> (that is, they were rebuilt against a newer library for the kFreeBSD
>> architectures with no need to change the source). It's highly unlikely
>> that this will have fixed a bug present when running on a Linux kernel.
> Yes, that's what I said :) They can't be run on a Linux kernel anyway.
Yes, I can't run the versions:
on my system because I'm running not the freebsd kernel but the Linux
Regards from Pal