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> End Of The Line For Debian
post Apr 15 2006, 09:40 AM
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Since debian doesn't support the ARM architecture anymore, will this be the end of the line, i.e. for using via chroot on the Z?

There is no testing / unstable version anymore, only the stable one. It's good now, but where is this gonna go? What is the future for use on the Z via chroot?
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post Apr 15 2006, 12:30 PM
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You just about gave me a heart attack! ohmy.gif It looks like they just dropped anything but the most popular two architectures off the ftp.debian.org mirror. If you look at the kernel.org mirror or the http.us.debian.org mirror you can see that all of the architectures are present and accounted for.
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