Pandora is born
Pandora is ready to be the new non-US master. It is also functioning
as a top level mirror accessible via ftp, http, and anonymous rsync.
The apt lines to access it are:
deb http://pandora.debian.org/debian-non-US stable non-US
deb http://pandora.debian.org/debian-non-US unstable non-US/main non-US/contrib non-US/non-free
After the DNS changes, you can replace the above with nonus.debian.org.
Debian DNS administrators, please change nonus.debian.org to be a
CNAME for pandora.debian.org.
Non-US mirrors, if you would like to convert your mirror to a push
rsync mirror, send me a private email, and I will mail you
Debian Maintainers, the nonus incoming directory is
/org/nonus.debian.org/incoming on pandora. Any anonymous upload
queues for nonus should be converted to upload to there. All
maintainers should have an account on pandora.
If you uploaded to non-us in the last 30 days or so, you will have to
upload again to the above incoming directory. I see specifically that
apache-ssl, arla, and curl are affected. I promise to add entries in
the override file quickly.
There are a few bugs in the archive:
telnet98_98.02.16-3.dsc: telnet98_98.02.16.orig.tar.gz md5sum error
Maintainer: Ian Lynagh <email@example.com>
Generating same binary:
fortify: dists/potato/non-US/non-free/source/fortify-unix-x86_1.4.1-1.dsc dists/potato/non-US/non-free/source/fortify_1.2.1-2.dsc
libssl09: dists/potato/non-US/main/source/openssl_0.9.2b-1.dsc dists/potato/non-US/main/source/ssleay_0.9.0b-2.dsc
libssl09-dev: dists/potato/non-US/main/source/openssl_0.9.2b-1.dsc dists/potato/non-US/main/source/ssleay_0.9.0b-2.dsc
Missing i386 binary:
mutt-i (dists/potato/non-US/main/source/mutt_0.93i-1.1.dsc )
Extra all binary:
Ian, please upload a new telnet98 to correct the md5sum error.
Maintainers of fortify and libssl, please resolve the problems where
the same binary is listed in multiple dsc's.
James and Richard, all the standard scripts, dinstall, etc., are
converted to work on both sites. They are kept up to date via cvs.