On Mon, Mar 06, 2006 at 09:44:17AM -0300, Daniel Andrade wrote: >Hi all, > > I'm working on a custom debian and I'm having some problems with it.... > > First of all, I tried to make a "default" debian image. Downloaded >the mirror, included the doc and tools directories, made a default >debian-installer with some custom udebs and that worked perfectly. > > After it, I tried to include a new section to my local mirror: > > -$MIRROR/pool-company > (local where the .deb packages are located) > -$MIRROR/dists/sarge/company/ > (where the files Packages, Packages.gz, Packages.bz2 and Release are located) > > But it seems that debian-cd tool, by default, just get packages from >the sections main and contrib. There is a variable on CONF.sh that >seems to merge packages from the non-free section too (when you set >NONFREE=1) but any other section will be just ignored. I think what you need to look at are the LOCAL and LOCALDEBS settings in CONF.sh. If you fill those in appropriately, debian-cd will include extra packages for you... -- Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. firstname.lastname@example.org Who needs computer imagery when you've got Brian Blessed?
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