* Goswin von Brederlow <email@example.com>, 2010-09-22, 11:39:
apt-get install linux-2.6:src where "src" is just another architecture (at least for the user interface). apt-get install foo:src should then install the source and also all Build-Depends(-Indep) of the source. Besides packages Build-Depending on source packages this is also verry usefull for working on sources. The foo:src package will be marked manual while all Build-Depends remain automatic. When one is done working with a source one can purge foo:src and all the Build-Depends can be autoremoved if nothing else needs them.
For the latter problem, you may find sourcedeps.debian.net useful: http://blog.djpig.de/2007/09/08 -- Jakub Wilk
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