cjsmo at cableone.net
Sun Jun 17 22:54:04 BST 2007
Ok I'm confused, at what stage in the building process do you include
0ubunt1 into your package name?
This is how I build my package
1. Take the original tarball and unpack it
2. Rename ampache-184.108.40.206.tar.gz to ampache_220.127.116.11.tar.gz (per the
Ubuntu Packaging Guide)
3, cd ampache-18.104.22.168
4. Then I run sudo dh_make -e myname at cableone.net -f
../ampache_22.214.171.124.tar.gz. I now have these files
5. I then run sudo debuild -S -sa -k<keyid>, I now have these files present
So where does the 0ubuntu1 come in?
Do I just change the name of the .dsc, .dif.gz, _sources.changes, and
the _sources.build to ampache_126.96.36.199-0ubuntu1.dsc, etc. If I do that it
won't upload to REVU.
Is there a step I am missing?
What the problem is, is that I have a package on REVU and the
orig.tar.gz file is named ampache-188.8.131.52_0ubuntu1.orig.tar.gz this is
incorrect and needs to be changed just not sure how to do it.
Any comments/suggetions welcome
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