Bug#344286: COMPLETE problems...
On Thu, Dec 28, 2006 at 12:31:22PM +0300, Vladimir Stavrinov wrote:
>I don't know is it problem for now with COMPLETE=0, I am using
>COMPLETE=1 for a long time. May be You are using "make image
>CD=1", then no matter what COMPLETE is.
No, the regular builds we do for cdimage.debian.org are just running
build.sh and making all the images that come out. Oh... Which task are
you using for the build? COMPLETE decides whether or not all the
available packages are added after the tasks are fulfilled. If you're
using the default task, then there will already be a large number of
packages queued up.
>But two weeks ago I encountered with new problem opposite to
>this with svn version (but not with deb): only one CD generated
>with any value of COMPLETE. As result I am switching back to the
Hmmm. About 2 weeks ago from svn might correspond to the large changes
I made, moving from version 2.x to version 3.x and adding support for
multi-arch discs. Are you seeing any outout in the logfiles to say why
only one CD is being made?
>Generally, there are lot of other problems. All of them are
>concerned with Debian installer. While first CD is booted, the
>system can not be installed because of missing needed modules
>or something else. Even some components of base system are
>missing. Most often source of this problem is different version
>of kernel from boot images and kernel modules from Debian
>installer (mismatch). Most of those problems arise from
>different lists of packages, used by Your scripts which are
>out of date. Other type of problems were concerned with gpg key
>and Release.gpg file. But now they go away.
Out-of-date package lists normally just means that the task lists need
to be updated. The scripts tools/generate_di_list and
tools/generate_di+k_list are there to do exactly this job - have you
>I have solved all of these problems writing my own wrapper (or
>frontend) to Your scripts. This script generate all needed lists
>of packages (kernel images, Debian installer modules and base
>system) every time before generate CDs
Hmmm, OK. Apologies for making more work for you - debian-cd can do
all/most of this for you, but admittedly the documentation has been
quite sparse for a long time. That's something I'm trying to fix right
now in svn.
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. firstname.lastname@example.org
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