Re: netstd, fingerd and the r* gang
On Tue, 7 Dec 1999, Sergio Brandano wrote:
> I am now on an Intel platform, and my dpkg says:
> >Package: netbase
> >Priority: standard
> >Section: base
> >Installed-Size: 1069
> >Maintainer: Anthony Towns <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Architecture: i386
> >Version: 3.16-7
> >Replaces: netstd (<< 3.00)
> >Depends: tcpd, libc6 (>= 2.1)
> >Suggests: cpp, debconf
> >Conflicts: xinetd (<= 2.2.1-8), debconf (<< 0.2.34)
> >Filename: dists/unstable/main/binary-i386/base/netbase_3.16-7.deb
> >Size: 503568
> >MD5sum: 4f694d71f17a771d106d751caf37078c
> >Description: Basic TCP/IP networking binaries
> > In order to make use of the network you need a few tools to
> > configure it. This package contains all the necessary tools
> > to configure the networking interfaces, to setup the routing
> > tables and to start other services using the inetd server.
> Why is that, generally speaking, powerpc and intel packages have
> different dependencies?
I would say that this is version skid then, Intel had the dependency
problem for a couple of weeks.
Obviously PPC netbase is older than PPC netstd (and Intel netbase).
Once the version skid resolves the problem should therefore clear up.
Daniel Taylor Senior Test Engineer Digi International
email@example.com Open systems win.