Re: debootstrap extract file incorrect
Chris Tillman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> It seems like debootstrap's not validating the extract files correctly
> for the build.
> I: Retrieving http://http.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/n/newt/libnewt-utf8-0_0.50.17-7.1_powerpc.deb
> E: Couldn't download libnewt-utf8-0
No, this just says it couldn't be downloaded. Probalby you have an
inconsistent archive that you hit or something. Why would it be using
such an old version of libnewt?
> This is in rootdisk.sh where David's patch switches the libnewt's. But
> the libnewt-utf version on the website for powerpc is
> ....17-7.3_powerpc.deb rather than 17-7.1 which was downloaded in the
> EXTRACT_LIST sometime earlier. I think those are debootstrap messages,
> the I: Validating ... ones, but I don't think they're working
> correctly, or else it would figure out the version number doesn't
> match and update the EXTRACT_LIST. Right?
You're getting youself confused. Validating message come from
debootstrap. Ensuring a given version has a different error message,
and it's done by us, not debootstrap, after the debootstrap stuff is
As I said, you probably just suffer from a desync in the archive
you're using between the Packages file and what's actually there.
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