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Re: lenny+1 and the future of the alpha port?

On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 9:49 AM, Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org> wrote:
There's the list of failed packages, as well as
(which is a lot more informative than I expected it to be, really).  And
then there's the need for someone to take care of the kernel builds on an
ongoing basis, and the particular issues that you quoted from my mail.

Just one comment on that, Steve. Though I've enabled the package reporting on both my alphas, I'm afraid it doesn't work. That is, the report apparently is supposed to go by e-mail and assumes that the exim mailer is configured and enabled, which it is not. Mail from these machines has to be sent through a pop mail client, and I couldn't figure out how to get that report to travel that route. If others are in the same situation, I suspect their usage is also going unreported. The same happens with automatically generated bug reporting for the X system, though with considerable effort I figured out how to capture that and copy it to where it would go through in most cases.


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