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Woody DVD / Jigdo Problem

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I was wondering if my last message was lost, I didn't see it on the

> I have a new problem with debian images - I'm building images via
> debian-cd (latest CVS version) and for cds anything works fine. But if
> I try to make DVD images, the images contain all data but aren't
> bootable - perhaps this is because woody normally has more than one
> bootable cd? Is there any solution to build bootable woody dvd images?

Because I wasn't able to figure out, what's going wrong, here again.
Is there any way, to build bootable DVD Images from a local mirror?

I've tried also to build them from a .jigdo-File, and jigdo can not
fild about 270 files needed by the template. I tried to supply some
different mirrors apart from my own one, but same result. I also tried

Can you help me?


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FINISHED --14:56:14--
Downloaded: 0 bytes in 0 files
Skipping object `debian-30r0-i386-binary-1_NONUS.iso.tmpdir' (No such file or directory)
Found 0 of the 275 files required by the template
Copied input files to temporary file `debian-30r0-i386-binary-1_NONUS.iso.tmp' - repeat command and supply more files to continue

Too many files (275 out of 275) are missing
- - I will not try to retrieve the remaining files from any
alternative download locations

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Aaargh - 275 files could not be downloaded. This should not
happen! Depending on the problem, it may help to retry downloading
the missing files.
Also, you could try changing to another Debian or Non-US server,
in case the one you used is out of sync.

However, if all the files downloaded without errors and you
still get this message, it means that the files changed on the
server, so the image cannot be generated.
As a last resort, you could try to complete the CD image download
by fetching the remaining data with rsync.

Press Return to retry downloading the missing files.
Press Ctrl-C to abort. (If you re-run jigdo-lite later, it will
resume from here, the downloaded data is not lost if you press
Ctrl-C now.)
Version: GnuPG v1.2.2 (MingW32)


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