Re: Where's the latest stable Pan?
Adam McDaniel <email@example.com> writes:
AM> A simple way around this issue is when installing the tgz, run the
AM> following procedure to install it under /usr:
AM> And it should all be okay.
...until woody gets release and you try to upgrade, at which point
things will suddenly get confused. You're really better off
installing home-built software under /usr/local to keep dpkg happy.
(There's an off chance that you can get the source from sid and build
a Debian package under potato and have it work, but this is becoming
more unlikely in the general case as packages start depending on
features of things that are newer than the things in potato.)
David Maze firstname.lastname@example.org http://people.debian.org/~dmaze/
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