Re: Bug#964248: base-installer: Pass "--extra-suites=unreleased" to debootstrap on ports arches
John Paul Adrian Glaubitz, le lun. 17 août 2020 10:39:48 +0200, a ecrit:
> On 8/17/20 10:33 AM, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > John Paul Adrian Glaubitz, le lun. 17 août 2020 10:24:59 +0200, a ecrit:
> >> On 7/4/20 1:32 PM, наб wrote:
> >>> This fixes, e.g., hurd installs from mini ISOs,
> >>> which require libp11-kit0 from unreleased for a functioning apt.
> >> I'm not sure I understand this way of addressing this issue.
> >> The proper way is obviously to fix the p11-kit package, not hack debian-installer
> >> to include packages from "unreleased" which is not a regular package archive.
> > That wasn't actually the reason that convinced me to commit this. See my
> > other mail.
> What I'm seeing is that an issue that affects Hurd only is fixed with a method
> which affects all other architectures from Debian Ports.
What I'm seeing is that ports struggle to get to work at all. Yes, this
particular commit was not helping at all, completely agree, and we have
to find solutions that fit everybody's needs.
> That's unfortunate, but it's not particularly difficult to build custom Debian CD
> image for architectures from Debian Ports due to the various improvements we made
> in debian-cd.
Building a Debian CD is way more difficult than building a mini.iso.
Yes, with debian-cd one can stuff additional packages in the local/
directory, but again that's not so trivial, and that's duplicating
the work of making them available on network archives for the