[Openvas-distro] Debian packaging / sponsoring
waja at cyconet.org
Wed Jul 2 14:54:21 CEST 2008
On Wednesday 02 July 2008 00:24, Tim Brown wrote:
> This sounds like a promising lead. I know Maulkin had promised to give me
> a hand sponsoring packages on jfs absence but he's a busy man too. What I
> propose to do is grab the latest tarballs for each module, apply any fixes
> I have locally (openvas-server springs to mind) commit the changes to SVN
> and then dpkg-buildpackage them for a dupload to mentors.
> Jan, did I notice you saying a few message back that you'd got a build of
> openvas-plugins for Debian or was that my imagination? If you do, perhaps
> it might be a good idea to get it committed to SVN, even if it's not
> perfect it will give me a point from which to start.
you maybe noticed that I commited my patches just a couple of minutes ago. :)
> FTR, the hold up right now is openvas-libnasl (which has had changes
> applied to hopefully meet with the FTP masters approval, but which jfs has
> not had time to submit). This doesn't need a rebuild or update as it's
> already the latest version of the library, so might be a good place for
> Daniel to take a first look. AFAIK the only problem that has prevented it
> being accepted so far is copyright issues resulting from the original
> Nessus tree.
I think it might be a good idea that you prepare the package for a upload and
then send a mail to Daniel providing the .dsc for reviewing and (maybe)
With kind regards, Jan.
Never write mail to <waja at spamfalle.info>, you have been warned!
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