(Adding debian-boot@ back.) Michael Biebl <email@example.com> (2015-06-02): > Control: block -1 by 782475 > > Hi KiBi et al, > > Am 02.06.2015 um 18:11 schrieb Cyril Brulebois: > > libudev1-udeb depends on missing libcap2. I suspect the easiest would be > > to drop libcap2 support from the udeb build. An alternative would be to > > try and add a udeb in libcap2. I'd rather have the former happen, so > > Unfortunately, the libcap dependency is not really optional, i.e. it can > not be turned off with a --disable-libcap configure switch. Yeah, I tried to briefly look at debian/rules and configure.ac… > While we could try and hack the build system and ifdeffing this code > out, I'd much prefer if we didn't have to do that and simply build a > udeb for libcap > > Matthias already provided a patch for that . > > @Christian, you mentioned that you were ok with this patch and wanted to > include this in your next upload. Would be great if you can proceed with > the upload now that v220 is in unstable which depends on it. Since Christian mentioned in his reply a fix might land this weekend, I'm fine with getting an extra udeb (provided it's small enough, which shouldn't be much of an issue for such a lib), especially since this has been tested in a derivative beforehands. Thanks everyone for the swift replies. Mraw, KiBi.
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