Re: dpkg 220.127.116.11
Juan Cespedes wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 21, 1998 at 11:08:47PM +0200, Eric Delaunay wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I compiled the latest dpkg but it fails to run. dpkg & dselect hang before
> > reading the database.
> We have had many problems with C++; that could be the reason
> of the "dselect" failure. But C++ now works! Please try the latest
> egcs for sparc installed in master.
Wow! very good news :-)) I will download it as soon ASAP.
> However, I don't know why could dpkg fail. Do you know where
> does it fail? I will work on it after releasing a new version of
Sorry, I don't have time now. My win95 box crashed yesterday due to software
error. I used Norton rescue disk to recover from the crash but I forgot I was
using the lilo swap device option (to boot win95 from the second hard drive),
then Norton swapped the partitions of the drives :-(( No more linux access
till now: I have to install a Debian core system on a removable magneto-optical
disk to be able to run dd then restore the partition tables by hand (nice linux
which could be installed on arbitrary medium :-) ) But Norton disk doctor is
unable to restore my Win95 disk... I'm reformatting the disk to reinstall
win95 from scratch...
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