Bug#282763: Installation report amd64 (gcc-3.4)
Joey Hess <email@example.com> writes:
> Harald Dunkel wrote:
>> Joey Hess wrote:
>> >I thought EFI was only an ia64 thing. Strange. Could you send a tarball
>> >of /var/log/debian-installer/ from the installed system so I can try to
>> >see why it was doing EFI stuff?
I just see this now so maybe Harald already mentioned that there are
plans for amd64 systems with efi.
>> See attachment.
> From the d-i status file:
> Package: partman-efi
> Status: install ok unpacked
> Version: 18.104.22.168.amd64
> Depends: parted-udeb, partman
> Description: Add to partman support for EFI boot partitions
> I conclude that the unofficial amd64 archive is broken or someone is doing
It is only in the gcc-3.4 repository. The pure64 archive has
partman-efi in arch-excludes in accordance to the Sources file.
~/archive/gcc-3.4$ wb-cmd grep partman-efi
unstable main amd64 partman-efi 22.214.171.124.amd64 installed 2004-11-11.13:51:07 Andreas Jochens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The .0.0.1.amd64 would denote a amd64 specific patch being applied,
most likely just adding amd64 to the Architecture. Questions as to why
he did this should go to Andreas.
> something strange putting this udeb in it. And what's up with the .amd64
> version numbering? Note that the current released version of this package is
$ grep-dctrl -P partman-efi /mirror/debian/dists/sid/main/souce/Sources
Maintainer: Debian Install System Team <email@example.com>
Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 4.2.0), po-debconf (>= 0.5.0)
41bfe286fbedd95542673c3f086733b3 581 partman-efi_7.dsc
9e3ed2a5c70025dcf11d6e399b604d81 24794 partman-efi_7.tar.gz
Uploaders: dann frazier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You are mistaken it seems. 7 is the current sid version.
> see shy jo