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Re: netstd, fingerd and the r* gang

 I am now on an Intel platform, and my dpkg says:

>Package: netbase
>Priority: standard
>Section: base
>Installed-Size: 1069
>Maintainer: Anthony Towns <ajt@debian.org>
>Architecture: i386
>Version: 3.16-7
>Replaces: netstd (<< 3.00)
>Depends: tcpd, libc6 (>= 2.1)
>Suggests: cpp, debconf
>Conflicts: xinetd (<= 2.2.1-8), debconf (<< 0.2.34)
>Filename: dists/unstable/main/binary-i386/base/netbase_3.16-7.deb
>Size: 503568
>MD5sum: 4f694d71f17a771d106d751caf37078c
>Description: Basic TCP/IP networking binaries
> In order to make use of the network you need a few tools to
> configure it. This package contains all the necessary tools
> to configure the networking interfaces, to setup the routing
> tables and to start other services using the inetd server.

 Why is that, generally speaking, powerpc and intel packages have
 different dependencies?


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