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Re: On continuing to provide support, including filing bugs

Hello all,

sorry to hear that debian-live has troubles, hopefully you will manage
to settle things up.
Many thanks for fixing the build, ill give it one more go. As i spend
almost week playing with debian live build and was not able to make
working setup for me (which may by my fault :-)



On 13.11.2015 10:20, Ben Armstrong wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2015 2:12 PM, Richard Nelson <unixabg@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 7:17 AM, Radovan Makovsky
> <radovan.makovsky@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> i tried several times to build netinst package through the web, but i
>>> only get hybrid-iso packages. I'm not sure if it is bug or im doing
>>> something wrong. When i build packages on my own machine the output is
>>> different.
>>> Build options:
> http://cgi.build.live-systems.org/cgi-bin/live-build-status?cgi_build=20151112.124203.522719355
>>> Build result:
>>> http://cgi.build.live-systems.org/build/20151112.124203.522719355/
>>> and i beleive that there should be present:
>>> live-image-amd64.netboot.tar
>>> but there are only iso hybrid packages
>> You are correct and it is a bug. Please do not waste time reporting at
> BTS, see why below. Anyhow for now I have attempted to correct the issue
> for you.
> As it has no been settled what the future status of live-build,
> including live-build-cgi, will be, nor the timeframe of any potential
> changes of its status, filing bugs is still welcome and the software
> itself will continue to be supported so long as it remains in the
> archive. That's separate from the termination of the service hosted
> presently on live.debian.net which, as you rightly point out will be
> shut down shortly. A sad moment.
> It is my hope there will be sufficient interest going forward in
> maintaining a similar service elsewhere, but that is only a hope and not
> a guarantee. Meanwhile let's not discourage filing bugs on software that
> remains in Debian and still has users.
> And thanks for providing support with this issue. Let's continue to do
> what we can throughout this troubling time of change to support our users.
> Thanks,
> Ben

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