On Fri, 30 Jul 1999, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> Does /bin/sh exist? Does /usr/bin/perl exist?
> If both are okay, you need to find the other interpreter which is the
> culprit. I can verify that in a proper installation (I have done quite a few
> lately) you will never see this error message after native-install has run
> (if everything works okay, at least).
/bin/sh is a symlink to /bin/bash, and /usr/bin/perl also exixts.
> I am not sure I understand what you mean. There was a timezone config
> problem in the glibc 2.1.1-1 package, but 2.1.1-12 should woork fine.
dpkg asks me 'Do you want timezones configured [n]' and then exits
after pressing 'y' and 'n'.
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Ashutosh S. Rajekar
- Re: /dev/fd/4
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