Subject: faking an older release for bulk build
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From: Jan Schaumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/28/2004 18:40:32
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Just to confirm: it is possible to fake an older release for the
purpose of bulk builds, right? I have an O2 with -current installed,
and would like to use it to bulk-build for 1.6.2-sgimips. Am I correct
that extracting the 1.6.2-sets into a chroot (or building them into
there) is sufficient or do I need to tweak anything else?
Should I expect some breakage due to different kernel versions of the
running system and the bulk-faked system?
Life," said Marvin, "don't talk to me about life."
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