Re: Lots of packets are missing in amd64/etch...
Koen Vermeer <email@example.com> writes:
> On Sun, 2006-05-28 at 09:34 -0300, Eduardo M KALINOWSKI wrote:
>> >For etch to have
>> >all amd64 packages every package has to migrate to etch. That just
>> >takes time.
>> And if packages happen to have RC bugs, then that takes an even longer
>> time. ;-)
> So, what is the right way to handle things if one has a running etch
> system (based on debian-amd64, with a line in sources.list such as 'deb
> ftp://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian-amd64/debian/ testing contrib main
> non-free')? Do nothing until the full official etch repository is
> available? Or should one add a line to sources.list that includes the
> new, official stuff?
The old archive is discontinued. You should also remove any sarge line
as that confuses apt-get (sarge and etch/sid have some packages with
the same version but debian has different debs).
Just put the official etch in there and things will upgrade as they
move into etch.