Build install kernel & Client with verifiable repos
lange at informatik.uni-koeln.de
Wed Oct 21 13:17:35 CEST 2015
>>>>> On Wed, 21 Oct 2015 13:12:31 +0300, Toomas Tamm <tt-fai at kky.ttu.ee> said:
>> > sure if I want to add the FAI project repository by default, I need to
>> > think on this topic for some more time.
> I would argue against adding any external sources as default. I am a big
> supporter of the "Debian way" of not replacing packages with newer
> versions over the lifetime of a release (I know, there are a small
> number of exceptions).
You are right. I will not add the fai-project repository by
default. Even I recommend to use the newest FAI version when a newbie
starts with FAI, will do not like to force people to upgrade to a new
version, just because I've put a new FAI version into the FAI projects
For example, currently the jessie branch of the FAI projects
repository contains FAI 4.3.3. The next version for jessie will be 5.0
and I do not like to force people to use this version, unless they
have enabled this repo on their own.
Thanks for helping me with this decision.
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