Re: No LVM in Woody (Was: writing a release announcement)
On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 08:30:10PM +0200, Robert van der Meulen wrote:
> Quoting Matt Zimmerman (email@example.com):
> > I have only tried the Debian packages on SPARC. If they are not up to date
> > with upstream's latest release, then that needs to be fixed, especially if
> > it fixes important bugs like this. There was a new version uploaded this
> > month, so I don't understand why it would be out of date...
> In short: lvm-common had build-problems on several archs; this was narrowed
> down to a build failure on sparc only, this was fixed yesterday (or the day
> before). lvm10 itself does not have build problems, and is pretty current.
> There is one new upstream (rc2), which (apart from fixing some bugs),
> changes the build/installation system. This release has not been uploaded
> yet, as i don't want to risk lvm10 making it *at all* in favour of having a
> newer version in woody.
Please /don't/ package rc2 (even for unstable) - it's a can of worms. leave it
as it is until 1.1 is properly released (or maybe even revert to the upcoming
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