Bug#589213: Do not install Exim in minimal system
On Sunday 18 July 2010, Daniel Richard G. wrote:
> On Sat, 2010 Jul 17 21:40+0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> > I'm not sure what image was used by the bug reporter, but I assume a
> > current "D-I alpha 1" image. The alpha1 images date from mid Februari.
> These received a refresh a few days ago:
No, that's no update. Only a date change for some reason. The images are
still identical to the alpha1 release from February. One way to see that
is to check the kernel version: it uses 2.6.30 instead of 2.6.32. Another
is to check the /etc/lsb-release file or the versions of udebs listed
> But this same error would have occurred if I had used d-i from sid. When
> you say "release," do you mean, from daily builds to unstable, rather
> than unstable to testing?
The error would *not* have occurred if you had used images based on D-I
If you look at http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/, you will see
three sets of links:
- squeeze Alpha1 release (these are the ones you used)
- current weekly snapshot
- daily built images
The first is the old release I was talking about and will soon be replaced
with the new release.
The second currently also still has the old version of pkgsel as weekly CD
snapshots take udebs from testing and the current build is from last
Monday (before the migrations of new versions done earlier today). The
next build will use the new version (but is likely to be unusable because
of the preparation for the new release which means that temporarily things
from the old and new release will be mixed up and that is almost certain
to cause breakage).
The third set are the images that have the lastest version of all installer
components from unstable.
The page linked above is the only authoritative source for the various
images available to install testing.