Anthony Towns | 1 Feb 03:25 2005
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Re: apt-secure broke?

Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Steve Langasek wrote:
>>I don't know that I'm one of the "relevant people", but since the issue came
> Sure you are, as you have a trusted path to ftp-master :)  Thanks Steve.

Now that merkel's back up (and, err, ... now that it's synced again), 
everyone (who's a developer) has this.

ssh merkel cat /org/ftp.debian.org/web/ziyi_key_2005.asc | gpg --import

Cheers,
aj

Anthony Towns | 1 Feb 05:16 2005
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Re: shell script sniplets in /usr/bin?

Joey Hess wrote:
> Anthony Towns wrote:
>>Neither. Shell snippets should not go in PATH unless they also happen to 
>>be programs.
> I hate to say it aj, but you just gave him a hell of an out there...

Yeah, *shrug*. Rhetoric is getting pretty boring. Bug#293096, fwiw.

Cheers,
aj

Taku YASUI | 1 Feb 06:44 2005
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Bug#293103: ITP: atokx2 -- Kana-Kanji translation system ATOK for Linux (Installer)

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : atokx2
  Version         : 17.0-2.0
  Upstream Author : JUSTSYSTEM Corporation
* URL or Web page : http://www.justsystem.co.jp/linux/atok.html
* License         : non-free (commercial license)
  Description     : Kana-Kanji translation system ATOKX for Linux (Installer)

 This package is installer to install "ATOK for Linux" to Debian system.
 This package does not contain "ATOK for Linux" software.  You have to
 buy it to use "ATOK for Linux".

 "ATOK for Linux" is released by JUSTSYSTEM Corporation. It is commercial
 software and does not allow redistribution.

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Re: apt-secure broke?

On Tue, 01 Feb 2005, Anthony Towns wrote:
> Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> >On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Steve Langasek wrote:
> >>I don't know that I'm one of the "relevant people", but since the issue 
> >>came
> >Sure you are, as you have a trusted path to ftp-master :)  Thanks Steve.
> 
> Now that merkel's back up (and, err, ... now that it's synced again), 
> everyone (who's a developer) has this.
> 
> ssh merkel cat /org/ftp.debian.org/web/ziyi_key_2005.asc | gpg --import

Downloaded, verified against the one in ftp-master, and signed.

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Tollef Fog Heen | 1 Feb 10:01 2005
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Re: non-ftp way to upload packages

* Frank Lichtenheld 

| scp to a Debian host (like gluck or merkel) and ftp from there. Or
| just scp it to the DELAYED queue on gluck (1day) and let it ftp it
| for you ;)

As Andreas Barth writes -- uploading to the zero-day queue on gluck
should work fine.  (So you don't have to wait a day for it to be
uploaded.)

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Marc Haber | 1 Feb 10:07 2005
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Re: non-ftp way to upload packages

On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 23:26:51 +0100, Frank Lichtenheld
<djpig <at> debian.org> wrote:
,>scp to a Debian host (like gluck or merkel) and ftp from there. Or
>just scp it to the DELAYED queue on gluck (1day) and let it ftp it for
>you ;)

Does it ftp in time for the daily dinstall?

Greetings
Marc

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Andreas Barth | 1 Feb 10:24 2005

Re: non-ftp way to upload packages

* Marc Haber (mh+debian-devel <at> zugschlus.de) [050201 10:10]:
> On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 23:26:51 +0100, Frank Lichtenheld
> <djpig <at> debian.org> wrote:
> ,>scp to a Debian host (like gluck or merkel) and ftp from there. Or
> >just scp it to the DELAYED queue on gluck (1day) and let it ftp it for
> >you ;)

> Does it ftp in time for the daily dinstall?

The 0-day queue is ftp-ed about 1 hours before dinstall, IIRC.

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martin f krafft | 1 Feb 10:25 2005
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Re: shell script sniplets in /usr/bin?

also sprach Martin Schulze <joey <at> infodrom.org> [2005.01.31.2019 +0100]:
> You forget to notice one thing, these are debian specific.  The gettext.sh
> script, however, is meant to be used by just ". gettext.sh" by random
> third party programs that can be expected to run on FreeBSD as well as

See also #284637 (sorry if this is known...)

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Bartosz Fenski aka fEnIo | 1 Feb 10:36 2005
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Re: non-ftp way to upload packages

On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 10:24:22AM +0100, Andreas Barth wrote:
> > ,>scp to a Debian host (like gluck or merkel) and ftp from there. Or
> > >just scp it to the DELAYED queue on gluck (1day) and let it ftp it for
> > >you ;)
> 
> > Does it ftp in time for the daily dinstall?
> 
> The 0-day queue is ftp-ed about 1 hours before dinstall, IIRC.

Yep. That's what dev-ref says.

Ok thanks everyone for suggestions. 0-day queue along with scp seems to be
soomething I was looking for ;)

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Holger Levsen | 1 Feb 12:43 2005

Re: german debian mirror with 700mb paris.avi file...

Hi,

On Monday 31 January 2005 20:36, Martin Schulze wrote:
> Anything but a non-public list/forum/whatever would be fine and better.
> In fact I have had already informed the admin after a user informed me.
>
> Since http://www.debian.org/security/ is about the security in Debian
> packages technically it would be the wrong place.  However, I won't
> reject a new item in the FAQ there.

I would suggest abuse <at> debian.org - it's a common address to report problems 
coming from someones network. 

Obviously this info then has to be put somewhere on the webpages (maybe at 
http://www.debian.org/contact.de.html#infrastructure ) and some forwarders to 
"real people" must be established.

regards,
 Holger

Gmane