Re: trying to build woody boot-floppies
On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 08:33:54AM -0600, Matt Kraai wrote:
> On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 06:02:50AM -0700, email@example.com wrote:
> > I'm actually mostly successful, there was one hurdle to jump, in
> > utilities/dbootstrap/floppy_merge.c, there was one (big) line
> > near the beginning that looked like it was commented C++ style,
> > and was halting `make release', so i put /* real comments */
> > around it, and could continue building, until this happened:
> (Please wrap your lines at some sane width.)
Oops. Sorry. :)
> It sounds like you are using a potato version of the boot
> floppies, as this line doesn't exist in any of the woody versions.
> Please try upgrading to one of these, or better yet, to the code
> in CVS.
I DO seem to have an old version, even though I got this from
a cvsroot of :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/debian-boot
just last night. I have 2.3.0, and the version in sid is far, far
I thought I had a new version.. anyway, I just grabbed the aptable
boot-floppies package from sid, and it seems to be building much
better than 2.3.0 (that is, it's building the disks now, and hasn't
bombed yet, plus it's taking a sizable chunk of cpu time, so i'll
pipe up if it can't finish for some odd reason..)
I wonder why I got an old version from cvs?