Ah yes. Indeed it does. I remember the package from testing broke stable in
the past, but one of the requirements must have changed. Either that or I'm
remembering wrong. Sorry for all the trouble.
On 11/10/08 3:23 PM, "Russ Allbery" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Casey Rayman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Ah yes. I remember this I just didn't make the association in my head.
>> So....puppet is rather important to me. I've never backported anything
>> but if someone is willing to help me through the process a few times I'd
>> be willing to put in the work. I'll dig around the website for a FAQ or
>> other reference material.
> The reason why the Puppet backport isn't present, as I understand it, is
> that there's no need for one. You can just install the package from
> unstable or testing directly on a stable system.