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Re: amd64: subversion_1.3.2-5~bpo1 broken(?)

2007/1/31, Bob Proulx <bob@proulx.com>:
Daniel Franke wrote:
> I tried to upgrade svn-1.1.4 (sarge) to 1.3.2-5 (sarge-backports). Due
> to incompatibilities this doesn't work:

Of course I am also looking forward to Norbert's updated version but
until then I see something really strange to me.

> $> sudo apt-get install -t sarge-backports libsvn0=1.3.2-5~bpo1
> subversion=1.3.2-5~bpo1
> [messages snipped]
> Unpacking libneon24 (from .../libneon24_0.24.7.dfsg-2_i386.deb) ...

Wow.  That really says _i386.deb there?  I am sure it does.  How is
that happening?

What does this say?

  apt-cache policy libneon24

$> apt-cache policy libneon24
COMPAT_ARCHS: i686 i586 i486 i386 all
 Installed: 0.24.7.dfsg-2 [i386]
 Candidate: 0.24.7.dfsg-2 [i386]
 Version Table:
*** 0.24.7.dfsg-2 0 [i386]

My amd64 machine shows a version from http://amd64.debian.net in
sarge/main.  That is libneon24_0.24.7.dfsg-2_amd64.deb for me and is
definitely not an i386 version.  Seeing _i386.deb there seems like an
indication of a bigger problem.

When reinstalling svn-1.1.4, I noticed, that all svn related packages,
libneon, libsvn0, subversion were installed as *_i386.deb.

$> apt-cache policy subversion
COMPAT_ARCHS: i686 i586 i486 i386 all
 Installed: 1.1.4-2 [i386]
 Candidate: 1.1.4-2 [i386]
 Version Table:
    1.3.2-5~bpo1 0 [amd64]
         1 http://www.backports.org sarge-backports/main Packages
*** 1.1.4-2 0 [i386]

> As shown above, I only have sudo privileges, thus fixing this won't be
> easy as I am not used to debian/apt-get.
Depending upon the configuration of the /etc/apt/sources.list file (if
it is correct or not) you could always manually download the correct
libneon24 and install it with sudo.

  $ aptitude download libneon24
[output snipped]

$> sudo aptitude download libneon24
COMPAT_ARCHS: i686 i586 i486 i386 all
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree
Initializing package states... Done
Reading task descriptions... Done

Nothing is fetched. I am at kind of a loss here. Probably, I will wait
for Norbert's update ;)

Thanks for your input.

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