Nginx on Debian testing compiled without gzip_static?
merlin at mahalo.com
Mon Jan 26 14:38:14 MSK 2009
Your installation is a bit old, and I have not seen problems removing the
package on recently updated testing systems. Also, testing is frozen right
now pending release, so there will not be updates on testing. Unstable has
nginx 0.6.34 and experimental has ngin 0.7.14 - no idea if gzip is enabled
on either of these. You can easily just get the source package and modify
the debian/rules file to fit your needs or build your own custom debian
package. Google has lots of guides for doing both.
However, in the future, you should really direct these concerns to the
package maintainer who created the package. You can do so by emailing Jose
Parrella whose address is bureado at debian.org ; whenever you have an issue
with a debian package you should take it up with the package maintainer!
On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 2:00 AM, Dieter Zinke <dieterzinke at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I' ve purged nginx and installed nginx new from sources.
> The Debian package seems to be compiled without gzip_static and seems also
> fragile while removing the package with apt-get remove nginx. This is not
> sufficient and results i a broken nginx (missing files) installation after a
> new install. (IN MY CASE ON A 12 months old testing installation - maybe
> thats to old) Do a apt-get --purge remove nginx and a new installation
> should be no problem.
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