LT CD, Version 3
Some bad and some good News.
The bad news: NO jigdo Files for that. Tried yesterday the whole
evening and until 03:30 in the night and tomorrow for one hour. Thats
too much. Always got "XX Files not found" errors. So you can only
download the Image. :()
Not a good thing but better then no Image to test.
Good news: No big error found in last Image (at least i got no
report). I changed some things again, but this is nearly the final
Image. If grisu still wants the Image at Monday i built the final one
tomorror at ~ 15:00 (UTC+2 :) ). Not that much time for tests of this
Image, but i will work only on it today (after a little sleep til 13:00)
(A site with some small descriptions about the CD Image and links to
the dirs at source.rfc822.org)
Ok, rsync is running. Dont download until DONT.DOWNLOAD disappears
Ok, again the Changelog attached, Comments with :: marked.
2002-05-19 Joerg Jaspert <email@example.com>
* Removed-Packages: gcc-3.0, gcc-3.0-base, libstdc++3
:: Not really needed for this CD. Too much place used. (Image size
:: >650MB is not good :) )
2002-05-18 Joerg Jaspert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Hmm, the thing with a local tree wont work as I expected.
So i killed that and do it with a Hook before the Packages.gz
is created. That works, no Component: local :)
:: I simply delete the "Old" Versions of the Packages i replace and
:: copy the new ones in. Works.
* Changed base-config package:
If I got it right the Problem with the ldap stuff reported
comes from a Package on security.d.o in stable which has a
higher Version Number then the woody-version (see Bug 144160,
there is more). The trivial fix is to change apt-setup in
base-config to not point to stable (which is potato at the
moment) but let it point to woody for security.debian.org.
So base-config now is from local in this CD, Version Number
PLEASE TEST THAT !
:: First test was ok. Little change, but that prevents errors if one
:: uses security.debian.org. Should not break anything, it simply
:: points to woody.
* Updated Readme.Linuxtag.
:: Done automagically at build-time
* Changed both FAQs to have a Link back to debian.html.
* Changed debian.html to not have the Topics of that FAQs, just
links to them.
* Renamed FAQ.de to FAQs. Moved debian-user-german FAQ to
FAQs/debian-user-german and the #debian.de to FAQs/debian.de
* Added: FAQ from #debian.de on irc.debian.org.
:: Yeah, now we have much German Documentation on the CD. But still
:: nothing from boot-floppies, eg: install/doc/de !
:: There is something at http://www.tron.at/boot-floppies/ but i cant
:: get .txt's out of it. I give it another try today, but if you can do
:: it then go on and send me the .txt files from it. :)
* Changed: Added gpl.html and pointed all gpl-Links from
debian.html to that file.
:: No outside link for it. Too important i think.
* Added-Packages: mdetect, read-edid, apt-proxy, apt-howto,
apt-listchanges, xawtv, scantv
:: Requested. From now on i will only add new Packages if they are
:: really needed (eg it is missing by a Depends/Recommends (should not
2002-05-17 Joerg Jaspert <email@example.com>
* Changed: Package name is not zapping, it is dvb-zapping
* Changed: Boot-Messages corrected. Removed all äöüß. Changed
Address of German User Mailinglist. Who translated them? No äöü
at boottime :)
Also removed the "Contains non-free" from the F10-Message. We
have some lines free there if you want to add something...
* Changed: Told debian-cd where local debs are. It should now
include Mozilla, Galeon and gnupg from Sid. Test it!
That gives us a .../woody/local/ with subdirs for the
Packages. The Release contains a "Component: main contrib local"
but i think thats ok. Lets see in next Test. :)
That gives us a easy way to add other packages too :)
* Added-Packages: kde-i18n-de, tsocks, fortunes-de, mpg321,
gtk-gnutella, galeon-common, blackbox, kvirc-doc, imp
* Changed: Package galeon-common was missing.
ChangeLog cutted here. Look at my page for the rest.
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