About ignoring problems instead of fixing them
From farbror (CD build server):
--- tools/boot/squeeze/boot-x86 (revision 1964)
+++ tools/boot/squeeze/boot-x86 (working copy)
@@ -230,7 +230,8 @@
- if [ -e boot$N/isolinux/f3.txt.withgtk ]; then
+ if [ 0 = 1 ] && -e boot$N/isolinux/f3.txt.withgtk ]; then
mv boot$N/isolinux/f3.txt.withgtk boot$N/isolinux/f3.txt
mv boot$N/isolinux/f4.txt.withgtk boot$N/isolinux/f4.txt
Wow, so now the build does not fail.
Is it really better to ignore errors and create broken images  than to
actually solve the error? That really sucks.
It would have been so much nicer if, when you don't know the cause of a
problem or how to solve it, to write a mail and discuss it on the relevant
lists so that others could have been given an opportunity to help or
I've already committed a proper fix in D-I for this a bit earlier  and
therefore reverted this nonsense. After testing if my fix is correct I'll
also upload D-I again as otherwise 'alpha1' images would also be broken.
In despair at how problems appear to be solved nowadays,
 Apparently nobody has even bothered to test a daily built image
recently because if they had it would have been obvious that it includes
syslinux options for the graphical installer that don't work.
And I've even *said* that this should be tested when we discussed disabling
the graphical installer on d-boot.
 And then did a local test build which failed and then wondered why
daily builds were not failing.