On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 10:35 AM, Richard W.M. Jones <rjones redhat com>
On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 10:19:56AM -0700, David Konerding wrote:Actually you're right, this isn't direct.
> Are you sure this should work? I see that libc6 makes it into packagelist,
> and the febootstrap invocation includes libc6, but it never downloads libc6.
> I did a few verification steps:
> 1) aptitude download libc6 works
> 2) extracting the deb works
> so it seems like there is some step between listing a package in
> packagelist, and febootstrap actually invoking the aptitutde download
> command for the package. I've skimmed the febootstrap code, it doesn't seem
> like it would actively filter anything not in the exclude list (which I
> verified doesn't list libc6).
It will pass libc6 as an argument to apt-cache depends [...], which
then presumably is ignoring it or not printing it in the output for
There's not an especially easy way to do this without modifying
Then recompiling febootstrap and adding /path/to/febootstrap and
/path/to/febootstrap/helper to $PATH.
I see, so you're suggesting I just manually add a package to pkgs right after
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