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Re: RFC: discover 1 -> 2 transition plan for Debian

On Tue, 2004-03-16 at 08:21, Gaudenz Steinlin wrote:

> > Looking at the subversion repository, I suspect there are some patches
> > missing compared to the packages in the debian archive.  Do you known
> > if this is true?
> I'm not sure if Ian merged everything. You can find my latest packages on
> http://pkg-discover.alioth.debian.org/. They are even apt-getable :-)
> Also Jeff Bailey once said in private mail, that he will probably work on
> discover and check if all patches are merged. He is working on 2.6 support 
> for d-i. Probably you should contact him. (CC'ing)

Now that d-i's allowing commits again, I'll take up this work. 
(although porting work will likely trade priority)

I'm curious, though.  The new hotplug seems to have the goal of
replacing discover.  It may make sense to use that instead of discover2
on 2.6 based systems (since it's likely that everyone will want it

Jeff Bailey

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misused by the very people entrusted with keeping its information safe.
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