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Re: making potato disks

On 7/12/99, 6:13:36 AM, Giuliano Procida <myxie@debian.org> wrote 
regarding making potato disks:

> Hi.

> Has anyone here suceeded in using the (CVS) debian_cd to make a potato
> disk set? Everything in binary-all is missing on the disk and there
> are lots of broken symlinks left pointing there.

> /mnt holds a fairly complete debian archive mirror (only the non-i386
> binary directories have been exlcuded). I am using the current potato
> mkhybrid which supports the -F option.


Sounds like you just have a mirror of potato, and you may
not be mirroring both slink and potato.  Take a look at 
your mirror, and see if some of the files are just links
to slink....if so...thats your problem...


Jim Westveer <jwest@netnw.com>

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