Am Son, 2003-09-28 um 17.24 schrieb Robert Jordens: > Hello! > > [Sun, 28 Sep 2003] Steve Langasek wrote: > > > But this is strange. Why does lts-core include it's own version of > > > busybox and X and other packages? Why not use the Debian packages and > > > unpack them into the lts-root? What about security fixes as the recent > > > one in xfree86? Those don't get onto the lts-clients until a new lts is > > > uploaded. > > > > FWIW, last time I tried I found that it was rather difficult to run > > debootstrap from within a package postinst script... at least with > > debconf using an interactive frontend. :) > > Yes. debootstrap in postinst is not a good idea. It is likely to fail > and takes tool long. and i get a lot of uneeded files in the filesystem But a tool on top of debootstrap and the ltsp do you think something like this ltsp-core has something similar(or debootstrap with --options) to debootstrap lets say build_rootfs.sh clientarch=i386/mips/ppc xservers=all/svga/vga16 from=f.d.o saveconf=/etc/ltsp/rootfs.conf on secupdates we update ltsp-core in postinst.ex have something like build_rootfs.sh readconf /etc/ltsp/rootfs.conf --update rootfs wich then will do nothing other then looking for newer debs download them unpack them to the rootfs. Please critic me if i'm wrong. i need to learn and figure out this. Daniel > generation scripts should allow that kind of updating and would not > require new ltsp packages for every security advisory. > > Robert. > > -- > Kiss your keyboard goodbye! -- Retrieve my key from: www.keyserver.de blackhole.pca.dfn.de horowitz.surfnet.nl keyID 7B196671 or send email with subject "fetch key"
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