A offline installation of 2005.0 with ACCEPT="~arch" is not possible.
The packagecd is not build for ACCEPT="~arch"
The installcd does not contain sources for packages with ACCEPT="~arch"
Either the documentation should be updated to inform the user about this or
ACCEPT="arch" should be forced for installs.
Steps to Reproduce:
At no point during the installation for using the stage3+packages does it
mention *anything* about being able to customize make.conf to your liking.
I'm sorry, but this is completely invalid.
It does, the seperation for stage3/packagecd is after that step.
There are no ~arch installcds/packagescds, and probably won't ever be any.
Please leave this bug closed.
(In reply to comment #0)
> Either the documentation should be updated to inform the user about this or
> ACCEPT="arch" should be forced for installs.
We can't force anyone _not_ to change his make.conf.
I never said ~arch cd's should be released.
And if you can't force it just make a note of this in either make.conf or the
First off, that is the online Handbook, and not the 2005.0 Handbook, so you
weren't even reading the correct instructions. Second, the default make.conf is
generated, not pre-made.