Alex Gaynor <email@example.com> (2016-06-21): > Package: debootstrap > Severity: normal > thanks > > If debootstrap is invoked like so: `sudo debootstrap jessie jessie > --include=openssh-server` it errors out with `/usr/sbin/debootstrap: 314: > set: Illegal option --`. The correct invocation is to move teh `--include` > before `jessi`, but it'd be nice if a readable error message was emitted. > (I'm using an older tutorial for invoking debootstrap which suggested the > original invocation, I'm not sure if debootstrap's syntax has changed since > then, or that post never worked) Well. I can understand your point, but the manpage is rather clear about options being listed first. Checking the manpage instead of random tutorials might be a nice habit to have. KiBi.
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