Re: jigdo: how to keep an iso up to date?
Ahh. I see. No idea what happened I have read the mini-howto, but it must
have been too swift. My apologies. I had attempted in
<whispermode>windows</whispermode> to update my image, because my HD on my
router is too small. At first it didn't work, it scanned the entire image
and said it had found 0 files.
The howto presented a vital clue, stating you have to mount it as a
loopback device. I have no idea what that is, but I knew I hadn't mounted
the iso. So I tried again using Daemon-Tools (another quality piece of
German software ;) ) and it worked like a charm.
I know mentioning "that other OS" on a list like this is like blasphemy in
a church, but maybe other M$ jigdo users can benefit from it. Of course
you can share the iso over samba then mount the iso from the share in
Linux but I don't like scanning 650MB of data over 10Mbit BNC =)
Thank you for your swift replies.
On Sun, 11 Aug 2002, wickedsun wrote:
> This is my first post on this list, so hi everybody.
> It took me a while to figure it out too, the documentation is not giving
> much attention to it, but there is some info on the jigdo site (See the FAQ)
> You have to redownload the template everytime you want to update your image,
> mount your CD image and make jigdo look for packages installed on it.
> After it is done scanning the CD (or image), it will download the packages
> that have been updated.
> You have to remember to delete the .template and the .jigdo before you try
> to update. If you dont, the program will automatically use those files
> instead of downloading the new ones.
> I hope this helps!
On Sun, 11 Aug 2002, Richard Atterer wrote:
> This is nicely described in the jigdo HOWTO, see
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Arjen Verweij
> Date: Sunday, August 11, 2002 17:36:57
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: jigdo: how to keep an iso up to date?
> I have managed to dload the NON-US iso image for Debian 3.0 on my
> sturdy 80kbit/s link using jigdo. According to the website of Richard
> Atterer it should be possible to keep iso images up to date using jigdo as
> well. My question is, how to go about this. I can't find any documentation
> that describes this, but maybe I am overlooking something?
> Maybe one of you knows the answer.
> Best regards,