Re: libxml2 and libxslt1 are broken in kdelibs4?
On Sunday 02 June 2002 02:07 pm, Andy Saxena wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 02, 2002 at 11:09:59AM +0200, gerhard wrote:
> > Am Sonntag, 2. Juni 2002 04:14 schrieb Andy Saxena:
> > > > I'm rather new to debian but I want to update to kde 3.0.1.
> > > > I modified my sources.list and run apt-get update.
> > > > kdelibs4 is broken by UNSATISFIED dependencies of libxml2 (>=
> > > > 2.4.19-4) and libxslt1 (>= 1.0.16).
> > > > I can not add these by typing + nor remove by -
> > > >
> > > > Probably I have to remove conflicting kde 2.2.2 packages?
> > >
> > > libxml2 and libxslt1 should be upgradeable.
> > So I have to add a reference to the debian archive, like you
> > noticed below to upgrade? I mention that I have the 8cd pack of
> > woody also in the list!
> I didn't notice that in the sources.list that you listed in your prior
> post. As far as I know, KDE3 is not going to be a part of Woody. Hence,
> it will always be depending on libraries found in Unstable. Unstable may
> share some these libraries with Woody, but you can't depend on that.
Having a mixed setup is a delicate thing. With a preferences file similar to
this, you can only pull in packages from Sid that you want (and that the
jasonb@nebula:~/src/pdfleech$ cat /etc/apt/preferences
Pin: release a=testing
Pin: release a=unstable
Then, do an apt-get -t unstable install [package]
It's worked well for me over the past six months.
> You can have a mixed Woody and Unstable system. For that you should ask
> on the debian-user ML.
> > I summarize also that it is impossible for this moment to
> > use kde2 and 3 together and choose them with kdm??
> As far as I know, yes. There may be a workaround where you build your
> own KDE3 packages.
This is true. You have to build KDE3 from sources yourself to use both side
> > Thank you
> > gerhard
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