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Re: *** setup.ini: warning - package mingw64-i686-gcc-core requires non-existent package mingw64-i686-winpthreads

On 7/10/2013 19:39, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Jul 10 18:17, JonY wrote:
>> On 7/10/2013 18:06, Chris Sutcliffe wrote:
>>> On 10 July 2013 05:51, JonY wrote:
>>>> On 7/10/2013 07:06, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>>>> Bzzt.  Wrong answer.  You don't install a package with a nonexistent
>>>>> dependency.  You broke setup.ini generation for hours.  Your upload
>>>>> speeds have nothing to do with this.  You should install the packages
>>>>> all at the same time, not piecemeal.
>>>> As I have said, it is still uploading, at 15KB/s, continuously since 2
>>>> days ago, it is not done piecemeal, but yes, I should have uploaded
>>>> winpthreads first.
>>> Perhaps (for next time) upload to a "staging" area (I believe cgf has
>>> in the past mentioned using the home directories on sourceware), then
>>> when the upload is complete, move the files to the appropriate
>>> directory?  This would avoid the problems being reported with
>>> setup.exe I believe.
>> I don't think I have shell access to move the files after upload is
>> completed, unless there is some way else that I am not aware of.
> This sounds wrong.  When you have upload rights, you should have
> shell access as well.  Did you try it?

In the Sourceware welcome mail, cgf wrote "You have restricted (not
login!) ssh access to the system...", which I suppose means no
interactive shells.

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