Re: m68k boot-floppies for woody
On Fri, Jun 01, 2001 at 02:40:50PM -0400, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> Nobody is working on m68k boot floppies for Woody at the moment. This
My build runs for 519 minutes, then fails with:
dpkg-deb: parse error, in file `debian/tmp/DEBIAN/control' near line 6 package `boot-floppies':
`Depends' field, syntax error after reference to package `zlib-bin'
dh_builddeb: command returned error code
make: *** [binary-indep] Error 1
I'm running dpkg 1.9.7, and the file it complains about contains:
Depends: build-essential, glibc-pic, slang1-pic, libnewt-dev, libpopt-dev, zlib1g-dev, recode, gettext, m4, debiandoc-sgml, libi18n-langtags-perl, man-db, libpaperg, tetex-extra, perl5, libwww-perl, pointerize, libgd-dev, libbogl-dev (>= 0.1.6-1), bison, ash, dpkg-awk, flex, file, debhelper, gawk, python-dev, python-xml, busybox, bf-utf-source, zlib-bin [i386], dosfstools [powerpc alpha m68k], linuxdoc-tools [powerpc], snarf [powerpc]
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Description: Scripts to create the Debian installation floppy set.
This package allows you to create a Debian installation system on floppy
disk or other media, for bootstrapping Debian onto a new system. Most users
will simply download the disk images to do this, and this package will
generally only be used by advanced Debian maintainers.
So, I guess it is the [i386] it doesn't like. I'm guessing I need
a newer dpkg, but I don't see a 1.9.8 for m68k yet. Can someone
confirm that, before I chew up another 9hrs of cpu?