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Re[2]: Up-to-date images of Sarge and Sid are where?

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Hallo Richard,

Tuesday, May 13, 2003, 12:53:14 PM, hast Du geschrieben:

RA> On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 11:49:16AM +0200, Jan Kesten wrote:
>> Can you tell me, how you are creating the images? Is there a script or
>> something like that? I'm asking because, I was wondering how these images
>> are build to be able to create my own - I have a full debian-mirror here,
>> so why not? But I didn't find an explanation how to build images that are
>> "compatible" with Debian.

RA> You didn't look at the CD FAQ then - it also describes how to check out the
RA> latest version of the debian-cd scripts.
RA> <http://www.debian.org/CD/faq/#diy>

Ok, I didn't see this so far. But now I have an up-to-date version of
debian-cd available. I changed CONF.sh so that pathnames now point to
my local mirror and changed codename from woody to sid (after a run
with woody as codename I got woody-images, yeah). Now I have run

. CONF.sh
make distclean
make mirrorcheck
make status
make list TASK=tasks/Debian_sid
make bootable (doesn't work - but is okay)
make packages
make sources
make md5list
make images
make imagesums

Now I have 6 CDs with binaries and 7 CDs with sources. But I remember
that there were 11 binary CDs? Or am I wrong? Are there much fewer
files now in sid or is something odd with my way to build the CDs? I
have looked around the web but found no idea what's happening.

Thanks for you patience with me - but I'm learning :-)

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