Re: 361024: and lack of feedback
On Tue, Apr 11, 2006 at 07:21:49PM -0700, Gordon Haverland wrote:
> Occasionally I get an email from someone who is reporting back to
> many people, but in general I have gotten NO FEEDBACK on this bug
> report! It apparently wasn't reproducible to the person fielding
> the bug report, but it is reproducible here. I asked, what can I
> do to send you info to fix this? I get NOTHING! Someone else
> reports on setting LD_DEBUG=all and running things I try this,
> and get a HUGE output file. So, I send in a minimal report on
> this, and hear NOTHING! A series of patched debs at
> http://people.debian.org/~doko/tmp/ is suggested. I download and
> install those. I get an error about cpp dependence, which I
> report. No comment on this cpp dependence! And, if nothing
> else, my system is even less usable than before. Apt-proxy won't
> run (TLS errors), and so I try to bring things back to only using
> apt to get the various packages files and compare things. I
> still get tons of errors.
> AND STILL THERE IS NO RESPONSE TO ANYTHING I'VE SENT IN! Are you
> looking for me to give up on Debian? Can't I get some feedback
> as to what is happening? I am not expecting miracles. I would
> like to help, if I can. But it is just some bloody black hole
> that I report to!
> Is the only option to upgrade to a 2.6 kernel?
Looking at the bug report it looks like there is lots of activity.
Hardly what I would call no response to anything.
Certainly TLS requires a 2.6 kernel. If libstdc++6 requires TLS for
some reason, then it requries a 2.6 kernel. That is probably a bug if
that is the case.