[arch-releng] Errors with "AIF" in (daily) releng iso's ?
bsdsolarux at gmail.com
Fri Mar 23 21:42:10 EDT 2012
I'm sorry, but I'm NOT a developer, so I can NOT fix this for you,
especially if everything is just "blather" as you say.
But obviously, you guys can't fix these "latest" Netinstall/AIF issues
either, and/or, you obviously just don't see these constant "failures".
So, I will patiently wait for the next "Official/Stable" Release of Arch
Linux, including the next "Official/Stable" versions of Arch "Netinstall"...
And, until then, "archlinux-2011.08.19-netinstall-x86_64.iso" will have to
suit my purposes. It works flawlessly compared to these (daily)releng
headaches, and maybe that is the way it is. ?
I am very happy with the "STABLE"
"archlinux-2011.08.19-netinstall-x86_64.iso" - yes, and I may not ever need
anything more in my life.
Look, I understand this also involves so many different "departments"
within Arch, that "everything" eventually becomes hard to manage.
If that previous "link" I gave you, doesn't say enough ? then please, just
forget this, it really ain't worth the propoganda of dealing with any of
these "UNSTABLE" issues anymore, especially the politicaly-correct ->
"we're good - so it must be your bug-reporting that is wrong"
-advertisement ones. ?1
I wish I could really fix these obvious problems for you sir, but I can't,
it is what it is.
I also did not know that "AIF" is virtually alone in it's development. ?,
and that's according to these Arch Developers who have told me so on the
Arch forums, then again ? -off we go.
Like I said, I wish I was a Dev, but....?
If my "link" I gave to you is nothiong but "blather" as you say ?, then
lets face it, according to the "MANY" most obvious complaints regarding
the "failures" of ALL the latest releng/netinstall/aif's, then yours' SIR,
is also nuthin' but "blather" as well.
Good Day Sir(s).
On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 9:12 AM, Dieter Plaetinck <dieter at plaetinck.be>wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Mar 2012 13:08:38 -0400
> Richard N <bsdsolarux at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Here,
> > Read this out: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=137873
> > If it isn't one thing, it must be another.
> There's a lot of blather in that thread.
> Bug reporting 101:
> * say what you used
> * say what you did
> * say what happened.
> * but first, check if bug already exists. if it does, see if you can add
> useful information.
> And do that in a place that is fit for reporting bugs (such as a
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