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Old 03-05-2012, 06:35 PM
Debian FTP Masters
 
Default linux-latest override disparity

There are disparities between your recently accepted upload and the
override file for the following file(s):

linux-doc-2.6_3.2+44_all.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-headers-2.6-486_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-headers-2.6-686-pae_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-headers-2.6-amd64_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-2.6-486_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-2.6-686-bigmem_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-2.6-686-pae_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-2.6-686_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-2.6-amd64_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-686-bigmem_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-image-686_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-source-2.6_3.2+44_all.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
linux-tools-2.6_3.2+44_all.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.
xen-linux-system-2.6-xen-686_3.2+44_i386.deb: package says section is oldlibs, override says kernel.


Please note that a list of new sections were recently added to the
archive: cli-mono, database, debug, fonts, gnu-r, gnustep, haskell,
httpd, java, kernel, lisp, localization, ocaml, php, ruby, vcs, video,
xfce, zope. At this time a script was used to reclassify packages into
these sections. If this is the case, please only reply to this email if
the new section is inappropriate, otherwise please update your package
at the next upload.

Either the package or the override file is incorrect. If you think
the override is correct and the package wrong please fix the package
so that this disparity is fixed in the next upload. If you feel the
override is incorrect then please file a bug against ftp.debian.org and
explain why. Please INCLUDE the list of packages as seen above, or we
won't be able to deal with your request due to missing information.

Please make sure that the subject of the bug you file follows the
following format:

Subject: override: BINARY1:section/priority, [...], BINARYX:section/priority

Include the justification for the change in the body of the mail please.


[NB: this is an automatically generated mail; if you already filed a bug
and have not received a response yet, please ignore this mail. Your bug
needs to be processed by a human and will be in due course, but until
then the installer will send these automated mails; sorry.]

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is a problem with it please contact the archive administrators by
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Old 06-26-2012, 03:52 PM
Debian FTP Masters
 
Default linux-latest override disparity

There are disparities between your recently accepted upload and the
override file for the following file(s):

linux-doc-2.6_3.2+45_all.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-headers-2.6-486_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-headers-2.6-686-pae_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-headers-2.6-amd64_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-2.6-486_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-2.6-686-bigmem_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-2.6-686-pae_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-2.6-686_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-2.6-amd64_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-686-bigmem_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-image-686_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-source-2.6_3.2+45_all.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
linux-tools-2.6_3.2+45_all.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.
xen-linux-system-2.6-xen-686_3.2+45_i386.deb: package says priority is optional, override says extra.


Please note that a list of new sections were recently added to the
archive: cli-mono, database, debug, fonts, gnu-r, gnustep, haskell,
httpd, java, kernel, lisp, localization, ocaml, php, ruby, vcs, video,
xfce, zope. At this time a script was used to reclassify packages into
these sections. If this is the case, please only reply to this email if
the new section is inappropriate, otherwise please update your package
at the next upload.

Either the package or the override file is incorrect. If you think
the override is correct and the package wrong please fix the package
so that this disparity is fixed in the next upload. If you feel the
override is incorrect then please file a bug against ftp.debian.org and
explain why. Please INCLUDE the list of packages as seen above, or we
won't be able to deal with your request due to missing information.

Please make sure that the subject of the bug you file follows the
following format:

Subject: override: BINARY1:section/priority, [...], BINARYX:section/priority

Include the justification for the change in the body of the mail please.


[NB: this is an automatically generated mail; if you already filed a bug
and have not received a response yet, please ignore this mail. Your bug
needs to be processed by a human and will be in due course, but until
then the installer will send these automated mails; sorry.]

--
Debian distribution maintenance software

(This message was generated automatically; if you believe that there
is a problem with it please contact the archive administrators by
mailing ftpmaster@debian.org)


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