Re: b-f 3.0.14 and the Hurd.
Philip Charles <email@example.com> writes:
> Not by choice, but because of the limitations of the Hurd at this stage of
> its development. At the moment the base*.tgz (the Hurd tarball) is built
> using Linux on a Hurd filesystem. b-f (Linux i386 flavour) is used to
> partition the HDD (no partitioning tools yet), create the Hurd f-s and
> unpack the tarball onto it. Crazy, but it works.
IC. It actually makes sense to me. :)
> I am trying to keep running parallel to b-f and debian-cd versions as they
> emerge so that the Hurd and Linux versions can be merged when the time
Since you guys aren't planning on releasing with Woody, might I
suggest you put some effort towards working through the
debian-installer? Hopefully it's flexible enough to do what you want.
> So please excuse my bad temper a few weeks ago when I discovered that
> base*.tgz had gone. However, it is back again in the Hurd version after
> considerable butchery of the code.
A lot of people felt that way. :)
Well, we still need to have some way for it to be in the archive in a
well-known location, at least AFAIK.
...Adam Di Carlo..<firstname.lastname@example.org>...<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>