Re: Logging practices (and why does it suck in Debian?)
On Sat, Apr 14, 2001 at 05:07:47PM +0200, Janto Trappe wrote:
> # apt-cache show console-log
> W: Unable to locate package console-log
> I use potato, bigfoot is woody, right? ;)
Ah, sorry. bigfoot is running unstable, actually. Some of my other
machines run testing, but I've got the unstable package repository in my
sources.list (and Default-Release "testing"; in /etc/apt/apt.conf, so
unstable doesn't get used by default, but I can install packages from it.
see apt-preferences(8). I just found this feature in apt a couple weeks
ago, and I love it. :)
I've got apt version 0.5.3 on my system running woody/testing. Even if you
leave the rest of the system at potato, you might want to update to a new apt.
> I have already but it's not easy to find a package which is not
> available. ;)
packages.debian.org has a search that lets you easily search for stuff that
isn't immediately available for install on the machine you're using.
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