Re: postinstall of x11-common fails
On Mon, Jun 05, 2006 at 02:42:57PM -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> Deep in the middle of the xorg upgrade on my AMD-64. Actually, I'm
> probably only barely started.
> I went ahead and started to upgrade anyway. Following directions on
> the wiki page, I first upgraded x11-common, and was told the upgrade
> failed; specifically because the symbolic link /usr/include/X11
> did not exist.
> This was while processing
> SHould I create this link manually? Or will that break the package
> (whatever it is) that is *supposed* to have installed it?
> If so, where should it point?
I looked on packages.debian.org, ans discovered that it was x11-common
that was supposed to create that link. Why would it fail to do so?