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Re: Problem with libdbi

Thanks for the hint. How "unstable" is this "testing" version ? I mainly use 
my hppa-box as a database and web servers under mysql and apache. 

Le Mer 25 Juin 2003 19:40, Grant Grundler a écrit :
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2003 at 05:04:21PM +0200, Laurent Decreusefond wrote:
> > I have woody on my HPPA box and I would like to install refdb. Since I
> > can't compile libdbi, i look at the available web packages and saw at
> >
> > http://gluck.debian.org/cdimage/testing/jigdo-area/hppa/snapshot/pool/mai
> >n/libd/
> >
> > the package  libdbi0_0.6.7-5_hppa.deb.
> > How do I upgrade my sources.list to be able to install it?
> just the one package or all of "testing" (aka sarge) release?
> Mixing released bits is a very risky thing to do.
> I've documented how I was shown to do it for testing/unstable here:
> http://lists.parisc-linux.org/pipermail/parisc-linux/2003-March/019324.html
> Because of glibc and other dynamic lib versioning issues, I wouldn't
> reccomend the above for a stable/testing hybrid system.
> You can also just grab the *hppa.deb and install with "dpkg -i"
> by hand - and satisfying any dependencies by hand too.
> Not sure that's feasible or safe to do though.
> grant

L. Decreusefond

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