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Re: Problems booting the hurd

Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2000 at 02:13:41PM +0000, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> > # Partition check ( DOS partitions ):
> > #  hd0: hd0s1 hd0s2 < hd0s5 hd0s6 hd0s7 hd0s8 hd0s9 >
> > #  hd2: [PTBL] [585/64/63] hd2s1 hd2s2 hd2s3
> > # com0: at atbus0, port=3f8, spl=6, pic=4. (DOS COM 1)
> > # com1: at atbus1, port=2f8, spl=6, pic=3. (DOS COM 2)
> >
> > Then, it freezes. All off. Nothing more, doh!
> You prolly need the updated serverboot. Which version of the HUrd
> package are you using? Try using the latest one.
> Thanks,
> Marcus

Many thanks... It just worked fine with the hurd20000130.deb !

Anyway, here comes another problem : while running under the hurd, i
downloaded apt-get packages and installed them as on my debian/linux

But when i tried to 'dist-upgrade' or even to get a single-package,
apt-get told me my dependencies were wrong, and told me to correct them.
Actually, if i ask it to repair my system, it just wants to get a bunch
of i386 packages to replace hurd ones, and it even tries to remove the
'hurd' package...

So, where can i configure the hurd-i386 architecture for apt-get to run
properly ?

Bruno Voisin
Laboratoire SIS, Equipe Informatique
Universite de Toulon et du Var
url: http://www.univ-tln.fr/~voisin/

"Ne nous juge pas de par notre apparence,
 Car nous ne sommes jamais ce que nous paraissons etre..."

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