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Bug#929271: backports customizations are not enabled for live-build


El mié., 22 de may. de 2019 a la(s) 06:18, Roland Clobus
(rclobus@rclobus.nl) escribió:
> Issue 2: Building a live image for jessie
> Jessie is now oldstable, and will soon (TM) be oldoldstable. Unless you
> have a compelling reason to use jessie, I would suggest to pick stretch
> or perhaps even buster.
driver was removed somehwere in 4.X)
NONE OF THOSE NOW WORK IN MY Pentium II 550MHZ used to play NES and DOS games
NONE OF THOSE NOW WORK "enoucht decent" in my older machiens and i
have a lot of thems

before you says "buy newer" i remenber here that not all the countries
have lot of money to buy machines so easyle!

> Note: lb config --distribution stretch works fine
> Note: lb config --distribution buster works fine too
> Issue 3: Unrecognized command line option
> As noted in my first response to this bug report, I will update the
> manual to match the current code. The time I spent on writing this mail
> has provided me with lots of information on how to update the manual to
> match the current implementation of the live-image building tools.
> Issue 4: the program gives options to alter all sources of packages
> except the "backports"
> > [snip] the
> > program gives options to alter all sources of packages except the
> > "backports"... because you can alter all and not that?
> I think I answered this question with the test for backports as
> mentioned with issue 1. Support for backports is not in the basic
> configuration of 'lb config', you need to explicitly add support for
> that repository, and you can use the configuration files for that.
> > I don't think that the excuse of "all are always in the same source" is
> > valid, because according to the installation images as well as the
> > backports images are not always coordinated between all the mirrors
> > origins according to the debian notes.
> I am not aware of these notes, on which URL can I find them?
> It can be that local mirror will not be synced yet or only a partial
> mirror, but you can always add an additional repository.
> > In addition, not all the countries have excelent internet providers and
> > the net service are expensive in some cases..
> For that, you can use something like apt-cacher-ng during the
> construction of the live image.
> Summmary: from my personal point of view, only issue 3 remains.
> With kind regards,
> Roland Clobus
> [1] https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2019/03/msg00006.html
> [2] https://backports.debian.org/Instructions/
> [3] https://wiki.debian.org/DebianGeoMirror
> [4]
> https://salsa.debian.org/live-team/live-build/commit/dd15ade8bbdc6360816ed858253e7aaa68e4c9c2
> [5]
> https://salsa.debian.org/live-team/live-build/commit/68700f466c142082e7423282ca4caaf7552bf8e9
> [6]
> https://live-team.pages.debian.net/live-manual/html/live-manual/customizing-package-installation.en.html#379
> [7] http://ftp.debian.org/debian/dists/jessie-updates/

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