Re: Problem with jigdo-lite
On Tue, May 06, 2003 at 08:31:44AM +0200, email@example.com wrote:
> RA> Are you getting an error message "Aargh, 13 files could not be
> RA> downloaded", or did you just notice some 404 error messages?
> Neither - in midst of the progress there is a message like 9987 of 10000
> files found required by the template. After that I am asked for a mirror
> to get the files from.
Well, that's just the way jigdo works, no problem. :)
> But I was wondering why I can't build a cd-image directly from my local
> mirror here, but if there are some (13?) packages that are not present in
> Debians main-archive that is the solution. But now I am starting to ask
> me why these packages are not inside the normal archive, whence they are
> needed for a current stable release? Some packages are also in different
> versions in the archive, so why not these (as I can see this packages
> contain docs).
You're right, everything would feel much cleaner if only a normal Debian
mirror were needed. Actually, one day I'd like there to be a "jigdo
fallback directory" on every Debian FTP server (and ideally also a
directory containing the .jigdo and .template files), so each mirror would
be self-contained WRT CD downloading.
BTW, if you look closely, the changed files do *not* include any packages,
just "less important" stuff like documentation, READMEs etc.
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