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Bug#249386: marked as done (debian-cd: Sarge CD1 jigdo file lacks matching kernel-headers/source package)



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Package: debian-cd
Severity: normal

Hey everyone,

Otavio Salvador recommended that I report this jigdo file bug here. Feel
free to refile it if I've assigned it to the wrong place.

The Jigdo files for Sarge at:

	http://gluck.debian.org/cdimage/testing/cd/jigdo-area/i386/

do not prioritise the corresponding kernel-headers and kernel-source
packages for the kernel-image that the installer is using.

% zgrep kernel-source-2.4.26 *
sarge-i386-12.jigdo:GtAK9gxomZaDuSnP3rSBBg=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-sour=
ce-2.4.26/kernel-source-2.4.26_2.4.26-2_all.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:gUh4-TR7enpeKM2zuCiAYA=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-sour=
ce-2.4.26/kernel-doc-2.4.26_2.4.26-2_all.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:8z44y3e_inbjZQ9-xy_lKQ=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-sour=
ce-2.4.26/kernel-patch-debian-2.4.26_2.4.26-2_all.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:b_Lvln53v1gIUVaX9xKKSw=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-sour=
ce-2.4.26/kernel-tree-2.4.26_2.4.26-2_all.deb

% zgrep kernel-headers-2.4.26 *
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:1ATpvFDaOpVHYTzbcyNFug=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-386_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:-Z-ho3GY8XynYzaA8UIo8Q=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-586tsc_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:VF6_wOS6aL_0jVsUpJH_5A=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-686-smp_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:AoNWNiKeKOgQvI0kLVDAWg=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-686_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:8WcHONDEO_PxzbwDQVMXYA=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-k6_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:vIPTFRQXAKDFx__U4NGLuw=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-k7-smp_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:sibKbTszUfbSkrHYoGKhfQ=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1-k7_2.4.26-2_i386.deb
sarge-i386-13.jigdo:gncQ_XaeQcsJy3GhamvaTQ=3DDebian:pool/main/k/kernel-imag=
e-2.4.26-i386/kernel-headers-2.4.26-1_2.4.26-2_i386.deb

=46rom the above output, you can see that the kernel-headers and source
packages for the kernel-image that the installer uses reside on the last
two CDs, and not a lot of people even get around to downloading them.

This problem makes it quite difficult for users to recompile a third
party kernel module (eg. ATI, Nvidia video or Broadcom, Centrino network
drivers) against the stock kernel if they've only obtained the first few
Debian Sarge CDs. Some can't even get online to obtain the header
package in the first place thanks to this.

The Jigdo scripts should override the results of Debian popularity
contest and always place either the Debian kernel-source or
kernel-header package that matches the stock kernel the installer is
using on the first CD in order to facilitate getting the system up and
running when 3rd party drivers are required.

Cheers,
Andrew "Netsnipe" Lau


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Architecture: i386 (i686)
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Thanks Steve.

Closing the report.

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Subject: Re: TODO for Sarge: address #249386 - kernel-headers on CD1
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On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 12:14:21PM +1000, Andrew Lau wrote:
>On Sun, Jun 05, 2005 at 08:55:14PM +0100, Steve McIntyre wrote:
>> In the end, we've managed to get kernel-headers on CD#1 for i386
>> easily, and will do the same on amd64, but on other arches:
>>=20
>>  a) there's not much point
>>  b) it screwed up tasks
>>=20
>> so we didn't do it for any others. I hope that does what you need...
>
>Thanks Steve!
>
>That'd be enough to get me out of most scrapes at Installfests from now
>on. Will I need to remind you of this again for 3.1r1, or has this been
>added to the future image generation procedure now?

It's been added into the scripts that generate the CD task lists, so
it should work fine from now on.

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