Yeah. well... I might be slightly testing it a bit "hard"
However the above error was just after I created a NEW multistrap from scratch so the problem could be upstream. or as a result of mixing repos. or what you said.
Hell, it could be anything : )
so yeah. documented for the next poor sap so they don't waste their day too
IN OTHER NEWS:
I am now playing with getting it to build Xephyr from source (bit of practice and all) also gives me a chance to see the native build components in action : )
a base installation of around 700 MB is required before I even start. HEH.
Anyways... I have got my hands on various bits of code that look good for the job now. (mainly hawhills work of course, no surprise there)
Let me know if you fancy jumping in on the Dithyr thing. Now you are an upstanding member of the shadow community again and all ; )
root@kindle:~/xephyr/xorg-server-1.12.4# sudo apt-get install build-essential fakeroot dpkg-dev
root@kindle:~/xephyr/xorg-server-1.12.4# apt-get source xserver-xephyr
root@kindle:~/xephyr/xorg-server-1.12.4# sudo apt-get build-dep xserver-xephyr
root@kindle:~/xephyr/xorg-server-1.12.4# ./configure --enable-kdrive --enable-xephyr --enable-xfake --enable-xfbdev --enable-kdrive-kbd --enable-kdrive-mouse --enable-kdrive-evdev --disable-xorg --disable-xnest --disable-dmx --disable-docs --disable-devel-docs --disable-screensaver --disable-dri --enable-tslib
EDIT: Gives us:
Yay. all downloaded and ready to hack
Note: Obviously this would be for the final build. I would test just building an i686 one locally. Really just wanted to play with doing some native building...
Extra note. remember to populate the file /etc/apt/preferences with
Pin: origin ""
see. I said I would get around to apt-pinning one day : )