Re: gnome 2 gnucash into unstable
Bastian Blank <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Sun, May 14, 2006 at 11:11:16PM -0700, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
>> I have just uploaded gnucash 1.9.6,
> And you should've used pbuilder to check if it is buildable.
So I would love to use pbuilder on my fancy fast computer. It runs
So when I try to make a sid chroot on it, it blows chunks because it
wants to install a package that no longer exists in sid. I can't even
see a way to say "don't bother installing package foo", which would
presumably be a perfectly sensible workaround.
The bug logs are not helpful; they amount to a more-or-less complacent
attitude that stable pbuilders will always have problems making
unstable chroots. This is a disaster, and the solution for me is
*not* to go ahead and run unstable or backported software on a
So, since you have some control over pbuilder and cdebootstrap, is
there a long-term solution here? (Perhaps, just perhaps, cdebootstrap
might fetch from the archive the list of packages that it should
install, rather than a hard-coded list.) But I don't really know, and
I had trouble getting a clear impression from the bug logs.
Pardon me if I've missed something obvious or misunderstood