Debian 5.0 repos now live (die?) at archive.debian.org #358

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shamrin commented Aug 10, 2012

Debian Lenny repos are now longer found at the usual location. Lenny is so old now that its repo had been moved to archive.debian.org.

Also updated CD to latest (and last) 5.0.10 release.

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@shamrin shamrin Debian 5.0 repos now live in archive.debian.org
Debian 5.0 Lenny is deprecated and should not be used.
(Useful for testing belated upgrades though.)
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@shamrin shamrin Update to latest (and last) Debian Lenny - 5.0.10 3c99d64
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shamrin commented Aug 15, 2012

Patrick, could you please take a look? Without this fix installing Debian 5.0 requires manual intervention: acknowledging "repo not found" warnings and changing /etc/apt/sources.list after install.

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jedi4ever commented Aug 27, 2012

@shamrin thanks, do you think you can split this request in 2 pull requests? One for the 5.0.8 update and one for the 5.0.10 ? People might want to choose the 5.0.18 later for compat?

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shamrin commented Aug 27, 2012

@jedi4ever Good point! I've made #372 and #373. The former is for 5.0.8 update, the latter is basically the same is this (#358), but rebased on top of recent commits.

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jedi4ever commented Aug 27, 2012

Seems like 373 can't be merged automatically as it still contains the
rename of the directories of the 5.0.8 -> 5.0.10 ?

On 27/08/12 10:39, Alexey Shamrin wrote:

@jedi4ever https://github.com/jedi4ever Good point! I've made #372
#372 and #373
#373. The former is for
5.0.8 update, the latter is basically the same is this (#358
#358), but rebased on top
of recent commits.


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shamrin commented Aug 27, 2012

@jedi4ever I haven't used GitHub automatic merge before... But I just tried the following:

git clone git://github.com/jedi4ever/veewee.git veewee-test
cd veewee-test/
git fetch git://github.com/shamrin/veewee.git debian-lenny-5.0.10:debian-lenny-5.0.10
git merge debian-lenny-5.0.10
git diff -C "HEAD^" HEAD

It worked without issues for me. The diff showed my last commit.

Or do you want me to keep old 5.0.8 directory name? It seems weird to keep the name after bumping version number...

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