Bug#111532: octave2.1: cannot download package using apt-get on ppc
"Akmal" == Akmal Abdul Rahman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Akmal> Package: octave2.1
Akmal> Version: N/A
Akmal> Severity: normal
Akmal> apt-get complains that there is no installation candidate. This
I know -- we need to get this compiled, but I need help from the
debian-powerpc crew for that.
You could also help. Are you comfortable compiling a local .deb package? I'd
be happy to walk you through. Your success or failure would help me in
pressuring the Debian porting crew :)
Akmal> package is quite important because octave2.0 is also broken on ppc.
Err, how come? I see that 184.108.40.206-6, the most recent version, exists for
powerpc in the archive. Could you detail how it breaks?
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