Re: woody debootstrap problem
On 2011-05-19 16:22 +0200, Cláudio E. Elicker wrote:
> I need to build a legacy application in a Woody environment, so I am
> trying to debootstrap a Woody chroot:
> # mkdir ~/woody_chroot
> # debootstrap woody ~/woody_chroot http://archive.debian.org/debian
> I: Retrieving Release
> E: Invalid Release file, no entry for main/binary-i386/Packages
> If I use sarge instead of woody it works without problems.
> I am running Debian testing (wheezy).
> Any ideas?
This is most probably due to this change:
| debootstrap (1.0.28) unstable; urgency=low
| [ Joey Hess ]
| * Use SHA checksums. Defaulting to SHA256, and configurable by
| SHA_SIZE environment variable. Closes: #614315
Alas, the Release file in woody and older Releases has only MD5
checksums. Please file a bug report against debootstrap and use version
1.0.26 from Squeeze in the meantime.