Re: Sparcstation20 (32 bit) user needs good /etc/apt/sources.list
Thank you for your reply. As mentioned, I did a dist-upgrade from Sarge. I can confirm that I am now running Debian 4.0 (Etch). Unfortunately, when I try to check for updates, I have problems with the following packages:
The problem I have with all three is that I get an error message that says "a public key is not available", therefore the packages can't be identified. i am asked whether I should install anyway, to which I answer "yes". I get "script" errors when these packages try to configure, and a complaint that "apt-utils is not installed" prevents me from configuing many packages.
I am unable to do a "straight" install from CD of Etch, because I am told that the ESP module that supports my CDROM, is broken, and it is not fixed until 2.6.22, which Debian isn't using, yet.
In summary, I need to work out how to overcome the "key" problem. It has been suggested that I upgrade my "debian-archive-keyring (I think)", but I am told this is the newest version, already.
I would appreciate any help.
On 23/07/07, Ludovic Courtès <firstname.lastname@example.org
"Chris Andrew" <
> Is there anybody around that is successfully using Etch or Lenny on a sparcstation20? I have
> upgraded from Sarge to Etch, and I am getting all sorts of bad errors when I try to use dselect
> or apt-get.
Can you be more specific? It may be that your problems are not