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Make Debian stable package #75

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keithw opened this issue Mar 22, 2012 · 12 comments

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@keithw keithw commented Mar 22, 2012

For until the package makes it to Debian stable...

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@jackinloadup jackinloadup commented Mar 22, 2012

is there a way to follow an issue without commenting?

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@keithw keithw commented Mar 24, 2012

The unstable package appears to install and run fine on Debian stable, so we could just distribute those.

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@briansniffen briansniffen commented Apr 10, 2012

Hunh? It depends on a later libc6 and on libtinfo5, which depends on multiarch-support. Neither is trivial to install on Stable.

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@keithw keithw commented Apr 10, 2012

Unfortunately I think this was true 17 days ago but no longer -- Debian unstable is a moving target (obviously). We may need to get into squeeze-backports or distribute our own deb to make this workable. Sorry.

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@kaihendry kaihendry commented Apr 11, 2012

Be good to get a static build or something. I just tried using http://progress-linux.org/ backports and it was a no go.

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@keithw keithw commented Apr 11, 2012

How about the package in Debian testing? Is that more feasible?

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@keithw keithw commented Apr 11, 2012

I just learned that we have a mosh 1.1 package that has just been uploaded to squeeze-backports (build probably still in progress), so hopefully this will be solved soon!

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@Mikaela Mikaela commented Apr 11, 2012

It seems that mosh has arrived at squeeze-backports.

# aptitude versions mosh
i   1.1-1~bpo60+1                                 squeeze-backports         500 
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@kaihendry kaihendry commented Apr 12, 2012

h2:# aptitude versions mosh
E: No such package "mosh".
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# grep backports /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports squeeze-backports main

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@einarjh einarjh commented Apr 12, 2012

There aren't any packages for i386, only amd64: http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports/pool/main/m/mosh/

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@keithw keithw commented Apr 12, 2012

We have an i386 package now -- probably just had to finish building on the Debian build servers.

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@kaihendry kaihendry commented Apr 13, 2012

Thanks, I gave it a whirl from my Archlinux laptop in Singapore with a Hetzner server in Germany. Couldn't say it fealt any snappier. I was wondering what the underlining stuff is about.

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