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Re: task problem

	Some new informations about my task problem:

The task package that installs corectly depends on "ssmtp", which
conflicts with mail-transport-agent, provides mail-transport-agent
*and replaces mail-transport-agent and exim*

The task that doesn't work depends on "sendmail" which conflicts and
provides the same but replaces nothing.

	Could it be the reason? Is it a sendmail bug? (which appears
only when a task depends on it). Is there a workaround?

	Thanks in advance.

Le ven 26 jan 2001 à 12:22:01 +0100, Olivier Delemar écrivait :
> 	Hello there
> 	I've submitted this post in debian-cd already, but this list
> could be a better place. Please forgive me if I'm wrong.
> 	Here's the point: I create a custom CD with a bunch of
> packages from an official mirror site and a couple of custom packages
> (debianized applications and "configuration" packages). Depending on
> the kind of server I want to install, I select a home-made task at the
> end of the install process which install the packages this server will
> need (bind, bind-doc, dnsutils and dlint for a DNS server e.g.).
> 	I created 2 tasks that way. The first install a debianized
> FWTK (firewall from TIS), ssmtp instead of exim, and some tools (less,
> dnsutils and so on). It works fine. The second one depends on FWTK,
> sendmail, m4, procmail, bind, bind-doc, dnsutils and dlint, and a
> home-made package that install config files for bind and sendmail
> (sendmail.mc and zone definitions for bind). For a strange reason,
> this task doesn't work.
> 	When I select this task, the install process acts like if I
> would have selected nothing. "exim" is installed, none of my custom
> packages are (neither FWTK nor the configuring one) and it lets 3
> packages not upgraded.
> 	If I abort the install process right after "tasksel", then log
> as root and launch tasksel again, it works fine. The difference is
> that I don't use the "-riq" options of tasksel like the install
> process does. I can use apt-get instead of tasksel, and it works fine
> also.
> 	Any idea?
> -- 
>                                 O. Delemar, CS-SI. ATHESA
>                 CEA/CENG, Bat. T, 17 Av. des Martyrs, GRENOBLE
>                                 Tel. 04 76 88 32 87
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                                O. Delemar, CS-SI. ATHESA
                CEA/CENG, Bat. T, 17 Av. des Martyrs, GRENOBLE
                                Tel. 04 76 88 32 87

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