Alexander Sosedkin <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2017-04-05): > > Added tag(s) stretch-ignore. > > Whatever it means, it sounds very wrong. > > I see you guys like discussing workarounds, but how about, you know, > actually publishing the correct kernel for netboot in the repo? > Somebody used to do that, why isn't it the case now? > > http://debian.backend.mirrors.debian.org/debian/dists/stretch/main/installer-amd64/ > > Netboot's been broken for weeks, how is that normal? And please, don't > bring up snapshots.debian.org again. Modules and kernel are in the > same repository tree, how exactly it happens that keep mismatching? > Can my virt-install just work, huh? That's unfortunate, yes, but there's no easy way to keep old packages around in a given repository. So you've got to wait for a release (and there won't be one for each and every linux upload), or you've got to adapt your workflow. Testing is work in progress, and this issue won't be present in released distributions anyway. KiBi.
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