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Re: Can't upload to my ppa
On 7 July 2012 16:23, ViViD <vivnet@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 7/7/2012 8:07 AM, Neil Munro wrote:
>> It seems I spoke too soon
>> niadh@ubuntu:~/liberedit$ dput ppa:neilmunro/liberedit
>> Package has already been uploaded to ppa on ppa.launchpad.net
>> Nothing more to do for ../liberedit_12.07.13_source.changes
>> I keeps outputting this error, that is after I run quickly release,
>> but it all appears to run correctly but a few minutes later I get an
>> email telling me it was rejected, how can I point quickly to aim at
>> the right PPA?
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> If its already been uploaded, the problem is self-explanatory here. What you
> can do is bump the version of the package, which will clear up that issue.
> Also, you should be using some type of Debian revision system.
> Instead of 12.07.13, you should have something more like 12.07.13-1, where
> -1 is the revision of the Debian packaging. On Ubuntu this is usually
But it's not uploading to the right ppa, it's I get an email that reads
Launchpad failed to process the upload path '~neilmunro/ppa/ubuntu':
x2 is disabled.
It is likely that you have a configuration problem with dput/dupload.
Please check the documentation at
https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA#Uploading and update your
Further error processing not possible because of a critical previous error.
I know x2 is disabled and quickly release attempts to upload to x2, I
want it to point to liberedit, how do I ensure this happens?