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Bug#567652: live-helper: --mirror-chroot options are set in the live system

Hi, I've installed this: http://live.debian.net/debian/pool/snapshots/main/l/live-helper/live-helper_2.0~a4+20100120.120350_all.deb
that I presume is the last version available...


On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 8:26 PM, Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org> wrote:
Fabrizio Furnari wrote:
> $ cat config/bootstrap | grep LH_MIRROR
> # $LH_MIRROR_BOOTSTRAP: set mirror to bootstrap from
> LH_MIRROR_BOOTSTRAP="http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/"
> # $LH_MIRROR_CHROOT: set mirror to fetch packages from
> LH_MIRROR_CHROOT="http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/"
> # $LH_MIRROR_CHROOT_SECURITY: set security mirror to fetch packages from
> LH_MIRROR_CHROOT_SECURITY="http://security.debian.org/"
> # $LH_MIRROR_BINARY: set mirror which ends up in the image
> LH_MIRROR_BINARY="http://cdn.debian.net/debian/"
> # $LH_MIRROR_BINARY_SECURITY: set security mirror which ends up in the image
> LH_MIRROR_BINARY_SECURITY="http://security.debian.org/"
> $

as you can see here, the first step didn't work for you. that means that
there's somethign wrong with the autoconfig.

are you sure that your version does use auto/config and not the old
location scripts/config?

you can check yourself be doing this:

daniel@daniel:~$ grep -m1 autoconfig \
if [ "${1}" != "noautoconfig" ] && [ -x auto/config ]

if it's saying '[ -x scripts/config ]', then you're using an old version
that is looking for scripts/config, and not auto/config, which explains
why your autoconfig was not used.

unrelated to that, it's recommended to use the newest version available,
which currently is 2.0~a5-1 in sid.


Address:        Daniel Baumann, Burgunderstrasse 3, CH-4562 Biberist
Email:          daniel.baumann@panthera-systems.net
Internet:       http://people.panthera-systems.net/~daniel-baumann/

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