Re: problem installing cups-pdf on live-build
> Do you have build-logfiles available before/after 2012/07/29?
Sorry I do not have any log files...
> Do you remember to have been running cupsd (on the host, not within
> chroot) at build-time? I can remember that as relevant but sadly not
> exactly how...
Yes I was running the cups on the host. Maybe that is the cause then? Shall I try a sample build with just cups-pdf and let you know?
On 11 August 2012 23:47, Daniel Reichelt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I prefer not to use apt-pinning because I prefer my deb files to beNot the point: using apt-pinning or copying .deb's to a local config
> from the stable repository but thanks for the tip.
tree has the same effect: they're no more "only stable". I know the
feeling, it's like having to die one death and just have to decide which
one. However I prefer "functioning" (like in: "it does what I need")
software. No matter if it was once called "stable" or $whatnot.
According to  there where no changes to cups-pdf during your
> Just wanted to point out that this problem arised end of
> July/beginning of August. I built an image on the 29th of the July
> including cups-pdf and no password was asked, therefore the build was
> entirely automatic.
Do you have build-logfiles available before/after 2012/07/29?
Do you remember to have been running cupsd (on the host, not within
chroot) at build-time? I can remember that as relevant but sadly not