Re: Can I get some help, please?
Thanks for writing back. Based on your response it sounds
like you don't want to encourage people to make local
limited archives that may not include all dists.
Incidentally, I did read the anonftpsync script many times
before writing to the list. I just thought there might
be better documentation available somewhere. I've read
through the entire /mirrors section of the debian.org
site several times.
Josip Rodin wrote:
> On Sat, May 19, 2007 at 09:18:22PM -0400, Carl T. Miller wrote:
>> What are the minimal files required for installation only of
>> a single arch?
> Hmm. I don't think we have this documented anywhere properly, because
> the netinst CD gets all the debs of the base system, and optionally gets
> whatever is in the tasks that the user selects. Those various sets of
> packages are fairly intricate...
I'll try to write something that would only mirror a single
archive and then get feedback.
>> Are there a set of files required by the original archive
>> and official mirrors (that would let me test to find a
>> limited mirror)?
> As we only support removal of architectures, you can simply check the
> column of http://www.debian.org/mirror/list if you want to find how each
> mirror is limited (which architectures are missing).
What I'd like is to be able to test a file in the archive to know
whether or not I'm working with an official mirror. It sounds
like there isn't a good way to do this.