Re: A case study of a new user turned off debian
Chris Cheney <email@example.com> writes:
> Er no they are not all in the pool. The only packages in the pool are
> the current versions for stable/testing/unstable/experimental. There are
> also the few packages that haven't been completely compiled on all archs
> yet and so are still left in archive while this is being done.
> snapshot.debian.net has nearly every deb since 2002/06/04, but it is not
> an official debian repo afaik.
Hm, it appears to be true that not every single revision is here. But there
are certainly more than just the unstable and testing revisions too:
libc6_2.2.5-11.2_i386.deb 26-Sep-2002 11:32 3.2M
libc6_2.2.5-11.5_i386.deb 08-Jun-2003 01:32 3.2M
libc6_2.3.2-9_i386.deb 26-Oct-2003 21:47 3.6M
libc6_2.3.2.ds1-8_i386.deb 30-Oct-2003 12:17 4.6M
libc6_2.3.2.ds1-9_i386.deb 02-Nov-2003 11:18 4.6M
As it turned out 2.3.2-9 was a perfectly reasonable revision to roll back to.