not sure what are you mean, but what we do we just build the package
using the following command: dpkg-buildpackage -tc -us -uc -b -d
And we haven't change that for more than five years.
On Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 11:31 PM, Philippe Bourdin <Kontakt@angiebecker.ch> wrote:
just want to report that both new jitsi packages
"jitsi_2.4.4997-1_amd64.deb" and "jitsi_2.5.5065-1_i386.deb" do contain
a ".xz" compressed file. This is unreadable to older versions of the
gdebi package manager, deployed e.g. on ubuntu LTS versions like 10.04.
If you have the choice, could you maybe use the older ".tgz" package
format to construct the .deb files so that older systems still in use
have a chance to upgrade to newest jitsi versions?
I have the solution to unpack the .deb file and reconstruct it with an
older version of dpkg, so that I can use these packages - others might
get into larger trouble (read: frustration).
Thanks and best regards,