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Re: problem with debhelper?

On Sun, Feb 21, 1999 at 02:12:01PM -0800, Alex Romosan wrote:
> John Lapeyre <lapeyre@physics.arizona.edu> writes:
> > 	Strip creates temp files that look like sta....,
> > Strip can  crash  before it has a chance to delete them.  There
> > was a bug a while ago in strip that caused it to crash on things,
> >  so i just avoided stripping the 
> > offending binaries. 
> > 
> yeah, it turns out i was trying to strip an empty library and strip
> didn't like it. anyway, i am getting closer to having a working arla
> debian package. one question, since this is in non-us and i am in the
> states, i assume that i can't upload the package. can i make the diffs
> and the dsc available for someone in the free world to build this, or
> will i get into trouble? i see that Gregory Stark (gsstark@mit.edu) is
> listed as the maintainer for arla. can you have a us maintainer for a
> non-us package?

Most likely you can make the diffs available, as long as you aren't
modifying the crypt algorithms.  And no, you can not have a US
maintainer; Gregory Stark lives in Canada.


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