Hi, On Sunday 27 January 2008 02:02, Joey Hess wrote: > > On Sunday 27 January 2008 00:15, Joey Hess wrote: > > > laptop-detect should be built on all arches. I don't know why none of > > > the recent versions (for nearly a year) have been tried on s390. > > AIUI because the s390 maintainer set "Not-for-Us" on 2007 May 27 , see > > http://buildd.debian.org/pkg.cgi?pkg=laptop-detect > Well I don't know why the s390 arch maintainers want to make things more > complicated for the rest of us. (It's not as if s390 is the only > architecture to not have any laptops.) Waldi (bcc: in case he isn't subscribed) told me he did this, because it's priority "important" and thus changes the default install. I don't quite get this, as it should be a no-op (on s390) and (if this is true) since this also changes the default install on other archs... And as tasksel depends on laptop-detect, this makes tasksel uninstallable on s390 and prevents laptop-detect from migrating to testing - the version in testing in almost a year old. How is this supposed to be resolved? regards, Holger p.s.: resent as debconf-release doesnt exist :-) dropped debian-edu and laptop-detect maintainers from to: headers for the resent.
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