Re: 3.0r1 iso images ready for testing
Richard et al,
Just a short second follow-up, wanted to show I am paying attention and
trying to remedy the fuzzy time-blurred unfamiliarity with Jigdo
["Richard Atterer" <email@example.com> wrote]
> 3.0r1 isn't exactly "obsoleted"! There was a problem by the time 2.2r7 was
> released, because /that/ release included software that was 1.5 years
> old... In general, Debian prefers stability over cutting-edge features, at
> least for stable.
> ?!? Sure, if you don't want non-i386, then just don't pass the non-i386
> .jigdo files to jigdo-lite!
> In case you've misunderstood this: jigdo-lite takes just one URL (that of
> the .jigdo file) plus URLs for the Debian/non-US mirrors and then does all
> the rest of the work itself. It will download the packages on the CD
> on its own, you don't need to do anything but lean back and wait.
OK, so taking the above into account, this implies that (given what's
current today as I write this), the .jigdo file URL that I want to point
Jigdo-lite at is:
*if what I wanted was the SOURCES for "3.0r1" -- is this correct?*
-or- (if I wanted the i386 binary packages for "3.0r1:):
It sounds so easy now... ;-)
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