[lfs-dev] Upcoming package freeze and -rc1
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Thu Feb 12 00:51:50 PST 2015
2015-02-12 2:34 GMT+01:00 Ken Moffat <zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com>:
> On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 12:54:34PM -0600, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> > I was hoping to freeze on Feb 15, but I'd really like to get
> > in before that. I asked upstream and they are waiting on i18n
> > so they think it should be sometime next week.
> > The question is whether we should wait or slip it into the book between
> > and -stable.
> > Right now, only the latest kernel and iproute2 are not in -svn. Waiting
> > would also give us some time to possibly get a 3.19.1 kernel into the
> > rater than a .0 version.
> > Our schedules are not driven by anything external, but are good for
> > What do you think?
> > -- Bruce
> I don't feel in any hurry, but then I rarely do. I don't think
> I'll be building a fresh system before the end of next week at the
> Already a release candidat. Then you realize how time is flying
For my distro (which follow quiet close LFS/BLFS) I do a build almost every
week. For the moment I just didn't include util-linux-2.26-rc1. For the
kernel, I also wait the X.XX.1 version because it's easier to adapt the
recept, for the rest, everything went well. The logs can be observed at:
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