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Re: 3.0r1 iso images ready for testing

On Saturday 22 February 2003 07:28 pm, Paul E Condon wrote:
> Greg Madden wrote:
> >On Saturday 22 February 2003 10:59 am, Soren Andersen wrote:
> >>Hello,
> >
> >snip
> >
> >>My experience of trying to understand how the PTB at Debian want CD
> >>iso's distributed was not very easy. I like and admire Jigdo, great
> >>concept, but what left me frustrated was trying to understand how I
> >>could create iso's that contain the *updated* Woody .deb's, not the
> >>original release (3.0) .debs. It would have been just dandy if the
> >>author(s) of the somewhat scanty documentation had just assumed
> >> "anyone needing to burn iso's of Debian-Stable is going to want
> >> 3.0r1 [or whatever is most recent], not 3.0". But that's not how the
> >> instructions seem to have been written. There's big holes ... . So
> >> anyway, my question, at last, is: does this thread I have unearthed
> >> mean that now, there IS a URL at which I can point Jigdo to get it
> >> to, in one easy-to-understand pass, assemble (I think that's the
> >> correct term for what Jigdo does) a 3.0r1 .iso set ???
> >
> >A good starting point is http://www.debian.org, and if you follow the
> >links you will find 'list archives'  , 'cd iso images>jigdo' &
> >'Documentation'.
> >
> >i.e. http://www.debian.org/CD/jigdo-cd/
> I search for the string 'update' using the 'search this page' function
> in mozilla.
> I find one (1) hit: 'updated'. It is in the FAQ "AArgh..." and has
> nothing to do with 3.0r1.
> Where should I really look? Or for what string?
> Paul
> > There is an 'update' cd image for those not wanting to build a new
> > set of cdroms.
> >
> >snip

Greg Madden

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