Re: Remarks on most recent installation
Martin Schulze writes ("Remarks on most recent installation"):
> d) It is difficult to choose which libreadline on should install,
> becaus the package `libreadline2-dev' is too long for dselect and
> will be cut to `libreadline2'
> e) The same happenes with dpkg:
> namib!joey:/tmp> dpkg -l |grep libread
> ii libreadline2 2.0-15 GNU readline and history libraries, runtime
> ii libreadline2-de 2.0-15 GNU readline and history libraries. Developm
I'd be interested in suggestions for how to deal with this in dselect
and dpkg, without disturbing the general list structure &c too much.
> h) I had problems with the installation via NFS because the scripts
> forgot to put the $mountpoint in front of the relative path to
> access the binary directories.
Can you tell me which dpkg you were using ? A transcript of the
broken behaviour would be very useful too.