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Re: Interix package error

Martin, you wrote at http://debian-interix.net/debian-interix/INSTALL to run apt-get update as the next step, so I want to run "apt-get update".
* Now run
  $ apt-get update
  $ apt-get upgrade -f -V
  and check that all dependencies are fulfilled.
  (Don't REMOVE any packages, however. And there shouldn't be
  any packages to UPDATE. If you are asked about either,
  then it is a bug on debian-interix.net, so please report it.)
It is fail. What is wrong ?
p.s. I have experiens with yum and fedora, but can you help me to run apt-get without PGP-check.

On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 8:41 PM, Martin Koeppe <mkoeppe@gmx.de> wrote:

On Mon, 6 Apr 2009, Denis Raguzov wrote:

Martin, how to ignore this warning ?"apt-get -f update" with -f flag (ignore errors) fails too. apt-get simple exit, nothins is installed or updated.

What exactly do you want to do? Do you already have experience with e.g. Debian/Linux, or is this your first contact with Debian?


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