Re: Problems installing apsell-pt
Try using aptitude, by running aptitude. After press the / key,
and type in the package name. press enter, then the + key, then g
twice, then after download finishes, press enter. Read the docs
for more info. I personally use for all installs it works well
and automatically uninstalls packages installed for dependcies.
On 9/11/05, Brian Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Joao Lourenco <Joao.Lourenco@di.fct.unl.pt
> Hi all,
> This is not laptop specific, but I hope someone can give me a hand
> I've been trying to install "aspell-pt" on my debian-sid for some time.
> Unfortunately unsuccessfully! Transcript follows...
> Can it be my fault? Is it a bug in the package dependencies? Or is
> just my local packages database messed up?
It needs updating for current aspell, as explained in the bug reports.
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