Re: jigdo-lite scanning the archive
On Sun, Jul 23, 2006 at 08:36:03PM +0200, Richard Atterer wrote:
> jigdo's scanning mode is intended for the case where you have a directory
> of Debian packages which is not organized in any particular way, so jigdo
> reads each file to find out its md5sum.
Yes, I suspected this was the reason.
> If you have a local Debian mirror on your harddisc, note that it is
> possible to specify "file:/" URLs when jigdo-lite asks for a Debian mirror.
Which version of jigdo-lite should I have?
ibr@oskemen:~$ dpkg -l jigdo
ii jigdo-file 0.7.3-1 Download Debian CD images from any Debian mi
ibr@oskemen:/mnt/hda1/ibr/zzz$ jigdo-lite debian-31r2-i386-binary-7.jigdo
Files to scan: file:/mnt/hda1/ibr/debian
Not downloading .template file - `debian-31r2-i386-binary-7.template' already present
Skipping object `file:/mnt/hda1/ibr/debian' (No such file or directory)
Found 0 of the 1247 files required by the template
Will not create image or temporary file - try again with different input files
With kind regards,