Re: reading linux from MacOs
Phil Fraering <email@example.com> writes:
> I find myself wondering from time to time, if you don't have to run
> MacOS on it, why put up with the aggravation of using a non-X86
> linux? Don't get me wrong, I am _very_ grateful for the time you and
> others have put into this; it's given me two computers for the price
> of one.
Apple laptop hardware is a lot nicer than its ia32 counterparts, in
> PS: I'm still trying to figure out how to deal with that dpkg
> problem I'm having. It won't let me purge the packages, it won't let
> me install new ones, it just tells me it can't lock a certain file
> or directory or whatever and refuses to do anything.
Are you running it with superuser (i.e. root) privileges?