[arch-dev-public] kernel-headers missing in packages.txt

Tobias Powalowski t.powa at gmx.de
Sat Sep 8 01:19:29 EDT 2007

Am Samstag, 8. September 2007 schrieb Tobias Powalowski:
> Hi
> did you change something in the last weeks, that kernel-headers is no more
> listed in packages.txt?
> this will break all ftp installs, just stumbled over it while trying to
> create ISO's with the ntfs bug fixed.
> i can recreate ISO's on sunday so would be cool if someone could look at
> the packages.txt issue.
> thanks
> greetings
> tpowa

Here the output of db generation:
==> Processing new/updated packages for repository 'current'...
updatesync-many: Unpacking db: /tmp/archpkg.i686.1.544/current.db.tar.gz
updatesync-many: Updating entry: kernel-headers
updatesync-many: WARNING: could not find PKGBUILD for kernel-headers, cannot 
update this entry
updatesync-many: Repacking db: /tmp/archpkg.i686.1.544/current.db.tar.gz
==> Scanning for New/Updated packages...
WARNING: could not find PKGBUILD for kernel-headers, cannot update this entry
==> Generating Text Package List...
notice: Missing vconfig-1.9-1.1.pkg.tar.gz in ftp site
Possible Dupes for /home/ftp/current/os/i686 (remove old versions)
Date             Filename
2007-08-01 09:05 hdparm-7.6-1.pkg.tar.gz
2007-09-03 08:17 hdparm-7.7-1.pkg.tar.gz
2006-12-25 04:00 icewm-1.2.30-1.pkg.tar.gz
2007-09-03 08:30 icewm-1.2.32-1.pkg.tar.gz
2007-09-05 03:59 libgsf-1.14.6-1.pkg.tar.gz
2007-09-07 13:57 libgsf-1.14.7-1.pkg.tar.gz
mv: try to overwrite `/home/ftp/current/os/i686/setup/packages.txt', 
overriding mode 0644 (rw-r--r--)?

also this overriding issue should be solved.

Tobias Powalowski
Archlinux Developer & Package Maintainer (tpowa)
tpowa at archlinux.org
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