/dev-il lacks old package names
The /dev-il repository lacks the old names of packages (SUNWipkg, etc), which breaks zone install (the brand script still uses the old names in 148).
- Priority changed from Normal to High
- Target version set to oi_151
After oi_151 ships this bug will presumably be resolved since /dev-il will be retired, and people can flip back to using /dev
Since thats the case, is it okay to close this bug as rejected?
- Status changed from New to Feedback
- Assignee set to Andrzej Szeszo
- % Done changed from 0 to 50
Please review for resolution.
- Status changed from Feedback to New
It's not fixed in /dev-il
Whether and how you migrate to /dev will dictate whether it is fixing during that.
To confirm whether the bug is fixed, look for a "SUNWipkg" package, by that name, in the /dev-il repository. Until it appears, this is not fixed.
Zone install script issue has been addressed a while ago by updating /usr/lib/brand/ipkg/pkgcreatezone to use modern package names in /dev-il. Installing packages by using old names will work after we push b151 to /dev repo.
I suggest just closing this if we're not taking any additional action for /dev-il (I don't think we should).
- Status changed from New to Rejected
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