Bug#715403: Unreliable wget test
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Le 08/07/2013 17:46, Petter Reinholdtsen a écrit :
>> As stated previously, that one is only supposed to be honored by the
>> > APT conf (and it won’t work with an apt-cacher-ng like setup
>> > anyway).
> Why do you believe mirror/http/proxy is only supposed to be honoredby
Indeed I must be wrong, since I remember having to edit
/target/apt/sources.list during the install when I was testing the
install with apt-cacher-ng set up by mirror/http/proxy to work around
this issue during the Squeeze development cycle.
Replacing the wget test by an “apt-get update”-like one would work in
both hostile proxy and apt-cacher-ng proxy environment (and wouldn’t
force one to switch from one proxy to another during the install process
when using both).
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