Re: task problem
One step beyond! I removed "exim" from my distribution (why
didn't do that before?). It works. I mean, I have almost what I want:
the desired packages are installed and configured OK.
But it is still not OK: the task should remove ppp and
pppconfig (as the other task does), but it just remove pppconfig, and
the task itself is still not installed. As before, I can install it
after my first login as root and it works fine (it then just remove
ppp and install the task). What the hell is wrong with my task
BTW: I tried to recompile the sendmail package with the same
"Replaces" dependency as "ssmtp" (exept I replace "sendmail" by
"ssmtp"). No change. That means it's not a dependency problem with
sendmail. Actualy, I dont think it a dependency problem at all. So
To be continued...
Le mar 30 jan 2001 à 06:02:06 +0100, Olivier Delemar écrivait :
> 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?
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