[Pkg-ltsp-devel] moving towards arch all
ogra at ubuntu.com
Tue Jul 4 09:10:10 UTC 2006
Am Montag, den 03.07.2006, 14:15 -0700 schrieb Vagrant Cascadian:
> i was wondering what folks thought of trying to make the ltsp source
> package "Architecture: all"?
> the only things that make the ltsp-client package architecture-dependent
> is lp_server (for some sort of printer support), and getltsconfig.
note that lp_server will have to die at some point, unles someone of us
takes over upstream for lpr, lpr upstream is dead and obsolete since
quite some time and lp_server is a direct ripoff iirc, so just adding
cups stuff to the chroot and having startscripts that handle the setup
could replace it.
during my speedtests for bootspeed improvements i found several
slowdowns, getltscfg is one of them, it seems to parse the whole file
for every variable it reads, it probably would make sense to just
rewrite it in shell or python, so we'd have it arch all as well then :)
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