Re: Sarge r7 - what next?
On Thu Jan 10, 2008 at 11:56:01 +0000, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 10, 2008 at 10:56:30AM +0100, Martin Zobel-Helas wrote:
> >On Wed Jan 09, 2008 at 23:51:14 +0000, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> >> Hi folks,
> >> Can we work out what to do with Sarge next please? Right now, we don't
> >> have working CDs nor any way to make them. Can we push r8 through with
> >> just the small d-i update needed, or should I give up on sarge at this
> >> point?
> >> (In case I'm not being clear, I'm not pointing fingers here or
> >> anything, I'm just hoping we can work on getting stuff fixed.)
> >The thing that needs to be done is just decrufting? Can someone please
> >confirm that?
> >If yes, we can have that quite easy and fast.
> fjp's testing of the sarge CD images I created suggests more than that:
> 20:03 < fjp> Hmmm. netinst CD with 2.6 kernel gives: "no kernel modules found" because old D-I images are being used
> 20:04 < fjp> Seems like the correct images are on the servers, so looks as if they were not synced to farbror?
> 20:08 < fjp> Nope. Correct version is available.
> 20:16 < fjp> Looks like the CDROM image on the mirrors is not correct :_(
> 20:18 < fjp> Right. The correct version is still sitting in proposed updates.
> d-i needs an update in the archive (20050317sarge2 is in
> sarge-proposed-updates, we still have 20050317sarge1 in sarge).
Okay, i will trigger ftp-masters to do that, but that might needs a day
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