I just realized my contributed patch to repli-bootdisk isn't yet
To remember what it was all about:
when the machine on which you create the bootdisk uses devfs, there is
no way to create that damn bootdisk because repli-bootdisk tries to cp
some /dev/* files, which are not there or at least are not "copy-able".
See starting from line 429 to some lines further.
My submitted patch was the only way to achieve this cleanly: untar some
of the /usr/lib/debootstrap/devices.tar.gz. It doesn't add any new
dependency as debootstrap is already used and tar is essential.
I don't see why it is still not applied, after so many months.
One more thing: devfs is going to be *the only way* to go with kernel
Thanks to commit my patch (I'll try to find it back or do it again if
BTW: would it be possible to have CVS access?
And to be an official Replicator developper on SourceForge?
Le jeu 19/06/2003 à 17:22, Jérôme Warnier a écrit :
> I just realized my contributed patch to repli-bootdisk isn't yet
It is since a long time, in the branch : woody-proposed-update .read
line 435 of repli-miniroot.
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