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Re: [Jami] Official Build Repo Debian 9 32-Bit packages

From: Wilfredo Samyr Rivas-Torres
Subject: Re: [Jami] Official Build Repo Debian 9 32-Bit packages
Date: Wed, 29 May 2019 15:54:34 -0400
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Thanks for the suggestions, I have ran your instructions for another go
though I still only see the packages offered by Debian stable and the
backports. I also took a look at your direct link and the file
(Packages) describing packages there is blank compared to the /amd64
/folder. Going into
https://dl.jami.net/ring-nightly/debian_9/pool/main/r/ring/ shows no
i386 package either which also explains why I am not seeing to install.

I did consider hitting up the issue tracker though I thought I would be
adding to noise needlessly that collect on bug trackers and that this
wouldn't necessary belong on there as is more concerning Repos and not
an issues with the software itself. You really think it be cool asking
this over there?


--- Wil

On 5/28/19 11:03 PM, Óvári wrote:
> Hi
> 1. Is it in the folder:
> https://dl.jami.net/ring-nightly/debian_9/dists/ring/main/binary-i386/
> 2. Does it work using instructions at
> https://jami.net/download-jami-linux/
> su -
> apt-get install dirmngr
> sh -c "echo 'deb https://dl.jami.net/ring-nightly/debian_9/ ring main'
> > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ring-nightly-main.list"
> apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys
> A295D773307D25A33AE72F2F64CD5FA175348F84
> apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ring
> 3. If not, perhaps you could write an issue at:
> https://git.jami.net/groups/savoirfairelinux/-/issues?sort=updated_desc
> What do you think?
> Thank you
> On 29/5/19 7:15 am, Wilfredo Samyr Rivas-Torres wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm Trying to get in touch with the Maintainers of the official
>> repository that manage the Debian 9 packages to see if they could setup
>> builds for 32-bit (i386) as it seems like you guys create packages for
>> 32-bit Ubuntu, asthe version in stable is hopelessly out dated, and
>> crashes upon startup after I create or import an account. Which I'm
>> willing to gamble is fixed in more recent, modern releases. You guys
>> know where to contact?
>> Thanks,
>> --- Wil

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