Re: Installation report
* Marcus Brinkmann <email@example.com> [020428 06:03]:
> On Mon, Apr 29, 2002 at 12:36:33AM +1200, Philip Charles wrote:
> > Would the dummy libc6-dev need to be rebuilt so it depends on libc0.3-dev?
> Good idea. Currently, it depends on nothing.
I'm now running a version of GNUmach that I compiled! Unfortunately for
me it still doesn't detect the pci ne2000 card I have. Looking in the
archives I guess these cards have a history of problems. There's got to
be some relatively simple way to force it to detect my card, isn't
there? Come on, please at least give me more of a hint.
One of the main advantages of a microkernel design is that it shouldn't
be compiled in! It's very frustrating to me.
I guess I'll try to hard code it into the driver as suggested in a past
email. I've looked throught the code, but I don't understand it yet.
OK without my ne2000 & after a few long hours of the this loop...
dpkg -i blah-x (damn, unmet dependency, reboot to network & linux)
get blah-y (reboot to GNUmach)
I finally have almost all dependencies satisfied!!!! Thanks for the new
The one exception is the libstdc++3-dev needing libc6-dev (dummy
package). I look forward to getting it. If the cross-apt/dpkg
configuration is happy at least I can use apt-get instead of manual ftp!
That will make life much easier.
Oystein, thanks for your vim 5.6 packages. For some reason the
vim.postinst script is erroring out. The script returns a 1 instead of
0. I haven't looked into it deeply yet other than to fake it so the
dependency is satisfied and it thinks it ran successfully. I'll let you
know more after I look at it more closely.
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