We want to introduce Debian as the Linux standard for the Computing
centre here at our computing centre.
This means that it should fit in with the existing multi-architecture
structure, which combines HPs and AIXen into a common tree. This
means that all applications not usually supplied with commercial Unixes
come from "segment" servers, with centralized administration and
defaults. A segment server is typically located on a local Ethernet.
[It's actually more complicated and flexible, details upon request.]
Now, the problem: How do I tell dpkg that packages are already
installed in another location? Is there a way to merge two dpkg
databases at different locations?
Thomas Koenig, Thomas.Koenig@ciw.uni-karlsruhe.de, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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