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linux vlan bridge feature backport to 2.6 kernels [migrated]

The VLAN-aware bridge was introduced to the Linux mainline on the 3.x kernels, according to this article on lwn: VLAN filtering/VLAN aware bridge Has this feature been backported to the 2.x kernels ...
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How to get the released package's .dsc file the Debian way?

DSCURL="$(wget -qO- "https://packages.debian.org/${SUITE}/${PKG}" \ | grep -o 'http.*\.dsc">\[' | cut -d'"' -f1)" [ -z "$DSCURL" ] && die 2 "no .dsc" dget ${ALLOW_UNAUTH} -x "$DSCURL" ...
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dget complains that public key not found

I'm trying to backport a package, but dget (dscverify) says that it can't check the signature because of public key not being found: [root ~/build/openssl] dget -x ...
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Will debian update packages that I've personally build from their official sources?

Hi and happy new year to you all.. Recently I've built nginx deb package v1.4.4 from debian backport source that of course I've added to the apt sources.list and things went great. My question: ...
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install package from debian backports pool

I want to upgrade my dovecote installation to version 2. I discovered the package here. I also already added deb http://backports.debian.org/debian-backports squeeze-backports main to my sources.list. ...
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Are there Debian forwardports?

I noticed that mysql-server-5.1 is not available in wheezy (the virtual package mysql-server points to mysql-server-5.5). This lead me to wonder if there is a place that has the reverse of backports, ...
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Bootstrap a debian build environment and build source packages with no root privileges

On debian squeeze, I am trying to do the following : fetch sources package from the wheezy source repository bootstrap a squeeze chroot for several architectures build the packages for several ...
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best way to install package from wheezy on squeeze

I want to use doxygen on my Debian Squeeze server, but I need the version from Debian Wheezy because this apparently contains the bugfix I need. It's not in backports -- check ...
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Some Apache requests are slow, most complete instantly

I have two Dell R410 web servers (2x quad core Xeon E5520 w/ 8gb ram) running Debian 5 stable. Their patching had been neglected for a while, so recently we did a patching run to bring everything up ...
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`cannot find “-lgcc_s”` from gcc-3.4 on unbuntu 11.04

I'm trying to use gcc-3.4 on the latest Ubuntu. The package is from debian snapshots. It probably assumes different default directory structure, so for example I was forced to give it -I ...
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How do you install “extra” versions of backport packages in debian?

I want to install the extra nginx version nginx-full package from debian backports - but when I try to run the install command it says that the package is not found. $ apt-get -t squeeze-backports ...
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Backporting packages should reverse dependencies be rebuilt

I'm using Ubuntu Jaunty on a few machines and am in the process of backporting / custom compiling a few deb packages to update PHP and OpenSSL. My question is though, should I also be recompiling ...
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Debian Server - stable + backports or sid?

I have Debian Lenny, since it's stable most of the packages are rather outdated, example being SQLAlchemy 0.4, whereas the current version is 0.5.x. I'm wondering if I should go with setting up ...
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Installing PHP 5.3 on Ubuntu server

Quite simply, what is the easiest and most stable way to replace an apt-get installed PHP 5.2 with the new PHP 5.3 on an Ubuntu 8.10 server?