Re: dselect Install
well as far as i know dselect will start out where it last left off and
finish intalling the rest of the 130 Megs, i'm not sure if it has
installed these packages yet or not, i would guess not. if you are using
apt mehtod of getting your debs then they will be downloaded to
/var/cache/apt/archives/ the executables will be installed i various
places on your system as well as the config files. look in /bin /sbin
/usr/bin /usr/sbin and more
On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Carmine Lucarelli wrote:
> Hi all. Searched the archives and checked out the dselect tutorial, but
> couldn't find a satisfactory answer. I installed Debian 2.1 a couple of days
> ago, and now want to install the suggested development packages. I get the
> package list through apt just fine, and was able to download (through dselect)
> 80MB of the ~130MB I needed. At this point, the connection was reset and the
> install stopped. So if I run install again, will it re-download the 80 megs?
> When I run configure, it only lasts a second or two and exits. Does that mean
> all packages in the 80 megs are now installed and configured? Where do the .deb
> files get downloaded to? How about the executables?
> Alot of questions, so thanks in advance...
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