Michael Bramer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> It builds without an error. I got no problem reports until now.
>> So i think it does.
>> Ha, one person from IRC used it, so it work. :)
>> Next jigdo will be with -2 like the CD IMage.
> I use it too. BUt the download is not finished.
I now got 4 "It works" messages. So it works. :)
>> BTW: I got a mail that i should not change the names too often. :)
> I don't know the diskspace from p.d.o. But you should not remove the old
> images and 'never' remove the jigdo files
Ok. I just made a little "Readme.Debian-admin" in my Homedir explaining
my disk-usage. :)
>> But i dont know if thats the best. I dont want people to be frustrated
>> about useless big downloads, so give me hints to make it better if
>> thats bad.
> There is no useless download. See the -c option from wget.
Yes. And rsync can transfer only the changes.
But if one just mirrors my rsync server with german.ath.cx::lt2002 he
probably just downloads the old raw, the new raw and the symlink.
Hmm, ok, then i kill that rsync. :)
BTW: If i have image.raw, image-2.raw and a symlink current.raw. The symlink first
points to image.raw (at that time there is no image-2.raw). I now
create image-2.raw and point the symlink there.
Anyone with rsync on current.raw transfers only changes between the
images or just a dangling symlink?
>> BTW2: I got many Private Mails today. Im working on them all, next
>> Image will be prepared today. I also done some work yesterday. Look
>> into the Changelog. I try to keep at least ChangeLog and Todo actual,
>> so you always know what Im doing. But next Image is on the way. This
>> Evening. :)
> maybe you should send this mail to the list...
There was a CC to this list?!
> Or you should remove your email-adresse from the rsync comment...
Some people dont like lists. :)
debian-cd is running to build the next image. If thats usable i post
the (BIG) ChangeLog here and announce it.
If not i need an extra hour. :)
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