tags -1 +help Le mercredi, 23 mars 2016, 16.41:21 h CET Didier 'OdyX' Raboud a écrit : > As the title says, win32-loader currently can't download dailies, as > d-i.debian.org has moved to enforced https. > > That's a limitation of the NSISdl NSIS builtin plugin. It could be replaced > with the Inetc plugin , but it isn't packaged. > > No dailies means no kfreebsd/hurd too, unfortunately. So I've spent a good part of today trying to fix that problem. The path I've picked was to try to in-Debian build the Inetc plugin, and then use that in win32-loader to download d-i assets over https securely. Unfortunately, that didn't work out well enough: * the inetc plugin is not properly licensed, but assuming it is under Zlib … * it (kinda-)builds under Debian, * it supports the NSIS 3.0 API, * but I couldn't manage to make it work in win32-loader, as I was having errors such as "Dialog error (1812)", and then "Connection error", which I couldn't debug. Anyway. Here's the nsis-plugin-inetc packaging: https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/collab-maint/nsis-plugin-inetc.git/ As for the bug at hand, I will upload a new win32-loader targetted at stretch that doesn't permit dailies or alternative architectures' download (as they later fail anyway), and get that into stretch. -- Cheers, OdyX
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