Package arch change from any to all causing problems with availability
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I have problem with package in DAK which arch has been changed from i386
to all (source any to all).
Original package in repo was 1.2-1_i386 but it should be 1.2-1_all so I
fixed it and uploaded 1.2-2_all, DAK added this package into Packages.gz
for binary-all but apt on installation targeted host is not picking up
this change and package is not available for it.
If I manually add whole entry for this package into
_contrib_binary-i386_Packages on machine which is intended installation
onto and run 'apt-get install package' it will pick up 1.2-2_all and
install it, but if package will be purged and 'apt-get update' run all
above is gone.
When 1.2-3_i386 is created and uploaded to DAK, processed it has been
added into binary-i386/Packages.gz and is available via apt without any
Thus I have a question: any ideas why it's behaving like that and how to
make above arch change to make 1.2-2_all available via apt, as package
is just a bunch of php scripts and is not arch dependant.
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