On Tuesday 07 June 2005 11:20, José Luis Tallón wrote:
> Kern Sibbald wrote:
> >I've just been looking at the new Debian Sarge release 3.1, and it looks
> > very interesting. I'm not 100% happy with my Fedora FC3 system, so am
> > thinking about loading it here and trying it out. It is quite a learning
> > process though needing a lot of time ... :-)
> Well, i will be more than happy to help you with that, if you so desire :-)
OK, thanks. I'm downloading the first 4 isos with jigdo at the moment. I'm
also reading the installation notes (rather large).
> >However, in looking through the packages, I see that they distribute just
> >about every backup package that exists, *except* Bacula. Can you tell me
> > why Bacula is not on their list?
> Sorry, Kern... but which list have you looked up in?
> (this is so that we can have it corrected as soon as possible)
I looked in "Utilities" where it says backup programs live. I found Amanda
and afbackup there. Then I though I looked in both the compressed and
uncompressed lists for 3.1 Sarge and did not find it.
Well, after Marius provided the link, I found it was in "Administration
Utilities" AND it is also in both the full compressed and uncompressed lists.
I was just dumb and missed it.
> Bacula has indeed been released with Debian 3.1 "Sarge": version
> 1.36.2-2sarge1  or  (which is, as you might remember, 1.36.2 with
> all fixes from 1.36.3 backported to it)
Oh, nice! Thanks.
> > If not, can you tell me who I should talk to
> >about resolving any problems they may have with Bacula?
> There are none, don't you worry.
> The only problems we had previously (due to license incompatibilities),
> you solved them very promptly and appropiately, by making a small
> license change(the exception to allow linking OpenSSL in, even though it
> is GPL-incompatible); This was almost a year ago.
OK thanks. I'm not worrying any more.
> Since then, the only times when Bacula has not been included in the
> "candidate" set of packages (the /testing/ distribution) have been those
> when i had problems solving problems with the auto-configuration
> scripts; Even then, those were just about three times in the last couple
> of years [since i packaged and started maintaining Bacula for Debian]
OK, this is no problem. It is normal that there are a few minor delays. I
prefer that it installs correctly rather than worrying about deadlines.
> In fact, that is the reason why i hardly ever update the DEBs in
> SourceForge anymore: it is usually much more convenient for users to
> apt-get them. However, i still upload "snapshots" when i am satisfied
> with their quality --which does not happen so often--, so as to have
> another backup.
> Thank you, indeed, for your contribution to Free Software.
> This release is a bit better just by including your work, Bacula -- just
> like it is because of the remaining circa nine thousand packages.
> Kind regards,
> José Luis Tallón
Thanks again for all your work on packaging Bacula. Hopefully, I'll learn how
you build your debs ... :-)
>  http://packages.debian.org/bacula
>  http://packages.debian.org/cgi-bin/search_packages.pl? \
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