Re: Still confused about pure64 package changelogs
On Mon, Jan 31, 2005 at 04:04:14PM -0800, Larry Doolittle wrote:
> Let me assure everyone before I start that I'm really happy with
> debain pure64. Fast and solid.
> Most of the time, when I see a package ready to download with
> apt-get upgrade, I can go to packages.debian.org, and find out
> what changed and why. Every now and then, that doesn't work.
> Today, for instance, I see netbase is ready to upgrade, from
> version 4.19 to version 4.20. The trouble is, looking at
> packages.debian.org, the changelog only goes up to 4.19.
> Now, netbase is kind of an important package, and I'd like
> a way to read about the changes before I load it up.
It seems to be there now? Maybe they're just slow in updating
> Another particular example is kernel-image-2.6.10-9-amd64-k8,
> which doesn't even show up on packages.debian.org.
> In that case, I downloaded the source package, and buried in
> there I did indeed find a changelog that appeared up-to-date
> (although with a typo in it).
This is one of the excpetion of packages that are first uploaded
to the amd64 archive and only later to the debian archive. It's
stuck in NEW for some time now.