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Re: debian-multimedia bug reports?



On Fri, May 25, 2007 at 03:16:05PM +0200, Johannes Wiedersich wrote:
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> Rick Pasotto wrote:
> > Today I encountered a fatal error when running ffmpeg. When I ran 
> > reportbug it tells me that my version is newer than the debian
> > version, probably because reportbug is not taking debian-multimedia
> > into account. Should I go ahead and file a bug report using reportbug
> > or by some other means?
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> You should use reportbug and debian's bug tracking system for problems
> with packages from debian. debian-multimedia is *not* debian.
> 
> - From the web page at debian-multimedia.org:
> 
> > If you find some broken dependencies or bugs in these packages, tell
> > me and don't report bugs to the BTS. Upstream bug report should be
> > sent to the respective author. (See the copyright file in
> > /usr/share/doc/<package>  for upstream e-mail address)

OK, I did that and the mail got returned to me.

  glantau@yahoo.fr
    SMTP error from remote mail server after end of data:
    host b.mx.mail.yahoo.com [66.196.97.250]: 554 delivery error:
    dd This user doesn't have a yahoo.fr account (glantau@yahoo.fr) [0] - mta117.mail.re3.yahoo.com

What do you suggest I do now?

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