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Re: How to fix this?

Il giorno Sat, 23 Sep 2006 13:20:19 +0200
Bas Wijnen <wijnen@debian.org> ha scritto:

> On Sat, Sep 23, 2006 at 12:00:52PM +0200, Luca bedogni wrote:
> > W: webcam-server source: native-package-with-dash-version
> > N: Native source packages are sometimes created by accident. In most
> > N: cases the reason is the location of the original source tarball.
> > N: dpkg-source searches for this in
> > N: ../package_upstream-version.orig.tar.gz.
> > Already tried to make symbolic link but no solutions found :(
> > Any help?
> The upstream tarball must be present and named correctly.  For
> example, assuming your package has version 0.1-1, you need
> webcam-server-0.1.orig.tar.gz in the same directory as
> webcam-server-0.1/, the directory with the source.  It may be a
> symbolic link, the important thing is the name.  Also, the version
> (0.1) is derived from the debian/changelog entry. So that must be
> equal to the name of the tarball plus a debian-part (in this example,
> 0.1-1).

Now it work :) Thanks a lot Bas :)

> Thanks,
> Bas

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