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Old 11-03-2009, 09:05 PM
Wes Keene
 
Default No new builds?

I've noticed recently that ftp.debian.org no longer produces new kernel deb's.* I do use these to get newer kernel features, but I'm fine with the latest 2.6.30.8 for now.* Is there any particular reason this is happening?* I realize the kernel team is quite busy and it's also quite a tight group of folks, however, if there is any room to help out, I'm more than willing.

Thanks for any information you can offer.

Wes Keene
 
Old 11-03-2009, 10:03 PM
maximilian attems
 
Default No new builds?

On Tue, Nov 03, 2009 at 04:05:32PM -0600, Wes Keene wrote:
> I've noticed recently that ftp.debian.org no longer produces new
> kernel deb's. I do use these to get newer kernel features, but I'm
> fine with the latest 2.6.30.8 for now. Is there any particular reason
> this is happening? I realize the kernel team is quite busy and it's
> also quite a tight group of folks, however, if there is any room to
> help out, I'm more than willing.

please went writing emails use the <enter> key from time to time
to break immense long lines, thanks.

don't know for which arch you are waiting but most 2.6.31 are
there, except where it did not build (alpha, powerpc). x86_32
is for example waiting in NEW for ftp master to stop messing
with the archive (see their latest debian-devel-announce mail)

> Thanks for any information you can offer.

hope aboves helps, checkout http://buildd.debian.org/linux-2.6
kind regards
maks


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Old 11-03-2009, 10:24 PM
dann frazier
 
Default No new builds?

On Tue, Nov 03, 2009 at 04:05:32PM -0600, Wes Keene wrote:
> I've noticed recently that ftp.debian.org no longer produces new
> kernel deb's. I do use these to get newer kernel features, but I'm
> fine with the latest 2.6.30.8 for now. Is there any particular
> reason this is happening? I realize the kernel team is quite busy
> and it's also quite a tight group of folks, however, if there is any
> room to help out, I'm more than willing.

This is due to ongoing changes in the archive, preventing processing
of the new queue for the time being. You'll see that 2.6.31 is in sid,
but only the amd64 build until these changes are completed.

You can always do your own build from the source in the archive, or
from what is in svn.

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Old 11-03-2009, 10:27 PM
Ben Hutchings
 
Default No new builds?

On Tue, 2009-11-03 at 16:05 -0600, Wes Keene wrote:
> I've noticed recently that ftp.debian.org no longer produces new
> kernel deb's. I do use these to get newer kernel features, but I'm
> fine with the latest 2.6.30.8 for now. Is there any particular reason
> this is happening?

We have uploaded 2.6.31 to sid but not all architectures have binary
packages because NEW processing is stalled. See
http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2009/11/msg00000.html

Ben.


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