[Freeswitch-users] building debian packages 1.5.x

Leo Noordergraaf leo.noordergraaf at deanconnect.nl
Wed Oct 1 13:52:13 MSD 2014


I use the command: debian/util.sh build-all -m non-dfsg -a amd64 -c wheezy -i -j -n -z 9
as per debian/README.source but that doesn't build the mod-sangoma-codec package.

So I used: debian/util.sh build-all -a amd64 -c wheezy -ibnj -z9  -f ../modules.conf 
where modules.conf contains the list of packages I want to include.

I've tried several different combinations of options but non of those create any .deb files at all.
All I get are the files:
-rw-r--r--  1 root staff   5652480 Oct  1 13:31 freeswitch_1.5.14b+git~20141001T113052Z~310f18982f.orig.tar.xz
-rw-r--r--  1 root staff     49816 Oct  1 13:41 freeswitch_1.5.14b+git~20141001T113428Z~310f18982f-1~wheezy+1.debian.tar.xz
-rw-r--r--  1 root staff      9880 Oct  1 13:41 freeswitch_1.5.14b+git~20141001T113428Z~310f18982f-1~wheezy+1.dsc
-rw-r--r--  1 root staff     11847 Oct  1 13:41 freeswitch_1.5.14b+git~20141001T113428Z~310f18982f-1~wheezy+1_source.changes
-rw-r--r--  1 root staff  85060824 Oct  1 13:41 freeswitch_1.5.14b+git~20141001T113428Z~310f18982f.orig.tar.xz

So, what am I doing wrong?

I just cloned the repository and called debian/util.sh without setting up a pbuilder environment.
Is this the proper procedure?

Also, since I'm building/packaging on wheezy exclusively for deployment on wheezy, I don't really need this pbuilder stuff.
Can I do without and if so how? It is really slow.


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