Re: [debian-live] adding geda package kills kate package
Keith Parker wrote:
> If that line is uncommented, geda gets installed (gschem works), but
> kate goes away
you need to give information about what apt is saying when it is doing
that. also note, that this has not anything to do with debian-live, but
with how package have depends. therefore, you'll be able to see/fix the
exact same sitation on a normal installation as well.
> I tried using tee to capture the output to look for helpful messages
> but the file ended up over 3 MBytes long.
please bzip2 it and upload it somewhere for inspection.
> I suspect due to the interactive progress displays.
(which is soon to be fixed in a newer squashfs upload in sid)
> How do I disable the progress displays to keep the tee file size manageable?
currently not supported directly, but you could add a '--no-progress'
parameter to the squashfs call in lh_binary_rootfs.
> How do I recognize that there is a problem with a package/package list?
by parsing the logfile manually.
> Also, how do I know when I should be using -p vs. --packages?
-p are packages lists, --packages are individual packages.
> It is my assumption that the ORDER of specifying packages should be IRRELEVANT.
> Am I wrong about this?
as far as i know, but i may be very well wrong and you should check with
the apt developers about it (or aptitude in case you use aptitude), that
the order (unfortunately) doesn't matter.
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