> First of all I'd like the authors of slink-cd to READ and UNDERSTAND
> the readme that comes with dpkg-multicd.
> If the authors of slink-cd would have placed the .cd files on *all*
> affected disks as it was proposed, the users won't have complained.
> Please copy the additional Packages files around and place them on
> every affected cd into a proper directory.
If I read all these mails I think that there is a communication problem
between all these authors of the different utilities... :-(((
I remember that this also was an issue about half a year before...
> > going to patch the dpkg-multicd method to insert a message in the Update
> > step itself, so people should now no longer be able to miss this. And to
> > fix the other source of confusion, I'll also add a warning that in many
> > cases a simple install will never use any disks subsequent to the first
> > one...
> I would appreciate if I - as the current maintainer and quartor-author
> of dpkg-multicd - would be informed before something is done. Thanks!
I think there are some _REAL_ problems...
-> What can we do against that??
"We all know Linux is great...it does infinite loops in 5 seconds."
(Linus Torvalds about the superiority of Linux on the Amterdam
- Re: Ideas
- From: Martin Schulze <joey@finlandia.Infodrom.North.DE>