Re: Security updates for wheezy breaking my FAI-installation
Christian Seiler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Am 2015-05-04 12:11, schrieb Alexis:
And my guess is that you should also remove the line:
deb http://http.debian.net/debian/ wheezy-updates main
Why that? wheezy-updates still exists and if it was in there
before, it was probably wanted explicitly.
Not necessarily; people regularly cargo-cult config lines.
"I'll add this too, just in case." The fact that the config in
question makes references to /both/ 'stable' /and/ 'wheezy'
suggests to me that the config wasn't put together with a
comprehensive understanding of how the Debian repos work.
Further, afaik, the wheezy-updates line should refer to the same
set of packages as the wheezy/updates line from
security.debian.org. If that's so, then having two different lines
refer to the same package set is merely confusing the config
further. If not, then i would certainly be interested to know what
the difference between the two archives is!