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Re: the amd-64 jidgo IMAGES are wrong!

Well I'm doing everything myself...
Looking for the missing files (e.g.
/debian/pool/main/x/xfree86/xlibmesa-gl-dev_4.3.0.dfsg.1-14_amd64.deb) I
understood what was wrong.

If someone else is interested (hoping that google will find this message),
the solution is to set-up the following Debian mirror:
(or something similar, like:
http://mirror.hamakor.org.il/pub/mirrors/debian-amd64/ the mirror that I
was looking when I had the idea...)

Ok, it was obvious (but not completely, because I downloaded a huge amount
of data from "standard" paths, i.e. not in "debian-amd64"). Maybe the
"right" mirrors (with the path, I mean) could be written in a README on
the page:

In such a README (this suggestion may be valid for every image, not only
amd64) a brief gpg help may be useful too. Something like:

1) gpg --import nomefile (where nomefile should be downloaded from
http://db.debian.org/ for the user login: xxx, for me the user was "manty"
and it was a little bit difficult to find his name)

2) gpg --verify MD5SUMS.sign MD5SUMS


Davide Del Vento said:
> Hello all,
> of course my previous message was mis-subject-ed.
> The jigdo _program_ does work, whereas there is something wrong in the
> .jigdo image files I mentioned.
> Nobody else noticed???
> Bye,
> ;Davide
> I wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> being an AMD64 user, I'm really glad to know that the new unofficial
> AMD64 > sarge was released (reading posts around, it seems that is
> "nearly" an
>> official version).
>> I tried to download with jigdo, but sadly neither the first image
>> (debian-31r0a-amd64-binary-1.iso) nor the second
>> (debian-31r0a-amd64-binary-2.iso, both from the "official"
>> http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/unofficial/sarge-amd64/jigdo-dvd/ )
>> correctly downloaded ;-(((
>> Both ends "as usual": Aaargh - xxx files could not be downloaded.
>> (BTW, xxx=278 for the first and xxx=137 for the second)
>> and none of the common suggestions from
>> http://www.nl.debian.org/CD/jigdo-cd/ (use of different mirrors, use of
>> rsync, or mounting the image and re-download) work. It seems to me like
> if > an update was released, but it is not in the sarge-amd64/jigdo-dvd/
> path. > Any suggestion? Have I to (re)-download the entire image from
>> ftp://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/unofficial/sarge-amd64/iso-dvd/ ?? If
>> this is the case, it would be better to remove the jigdo-dvd/ folder
> from > the sarge-amd64 directory, to avoid other waste-downloads.
>> Bye,
>> ;David

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