Steven Chamberlain <email@example.com> (2014-08-20): > But it *is* also relevant here. Each udeb in our image takes up space > for the extracted files, but also I suspect _considerable_ space in > cdebconf data. Addressing this may already fix the ENOSPC error, and if > we can keep the anna excludes up-to-date, we could avoid some unwanted > udebs (meant for Linux) appearing in the future. I did *not* say it wasn't relevant… Now, to be more precise, getting back one of my main points, which you didn't quote, or replied to: | That this was the case for wheezy already isn't an excuse. | | I really don't think it's viable to play the "let's save a byte here or | there" game. Even if that were the case, someone has to care, and commit | to actually ensuring that constraints are met, and that d-i works. | | Look, I don't like releasing broken things. Especially when it looks | to me I'm the only user, and not even a real one, just a beta tester. Who among the kfreebsd porters is going to make sure that d-i gets in to a somewhat reasonable shape, and going to keep it that way, so that we avoid the current mess? KiBi.
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