dependency bug wodim/genisoimage
awilliam at redhat.com
Wed Sep 26 00:04:42 UTC 2012
On Tue, 2012-09-25 at 01:25 +0100, Ian Malone wrote:
> commit 31d21785cc590e16256557ad6f5a51e1dad92be6
> Author: Bill Nottingham <notting at redhat.com>
> Date: Tue Aug 28 15:50:57 2012 -0400
> Rename the confusingly named and descripted 'base' to 'standard'.
> Make its purpose more clear, and convert it to a general
> infrastructure group.
> - i.e. trying to build f18 spins based on the packaged spin-kickstarts
> is broken as they pull base not standard (which leads to interesting
> things like wireless not working due to missing crda). I've haven't
> checked whether that's fixed in git.
All official Fedora composes are done using spin-kickstarts git, not the
packaged spin-kickstarts. The packaged spin-kickstarts tends to lag
behind git rather a lot because it isn't actually used for anything, so
people rarely bother to update it.
This is a bit of a naughty from a
self-hosting/transparency/reproducibility perspective, we know. Sorry
about that :/ We do usually make an effort to ensure that the
spin-kickstarts package which winds up in the final 'frozen' tree for a
release matches the state of git that was used to build that release,
but we don't usually bother with this for pre-releases. Though we
should, in an ideal world.
So that's a wrist slap for us, and for practical purposes, if you're
doing any kind of Fedora re-spinning, use a git checkout of
spin-kickstarts and pull regularly, do not use the packaged one.
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