getting dselect to use experimental packages?
I'd like to set up dselect to track the debian/project/experimental
directory on the ftp site, bacause I use several packages from that
directory and I'm getting a little tired of updating them by hand.
I tried to configure dpkg-ftp to use project/experimental as one of the
distributions to get, like so:
Enter space seperated list of distributions to get
[non-free contrib development experimental]: non-free contrib development project/experimental
But it doesn't work becuase dselect looks for a binary-i386 directory
Warning: Couldn't find a Packages file in project/experimental/binary-i386
This may not be a problem if the directory is a symbolic link
Closing ftp connection...
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