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Re: Problems with Woody on Sparc.

On Mon, Jan 15, 2001 at 07:17:27PM +0100, Dinh-Tuan.Pham@imag.fr wrote:
> Dave Love writes:
>  > >>>>> "BC" == Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org> writes:
>  > 
>  >  BC> These can be ignored. If you have problems with ifupdown, install
>  >  BC> the latest one from unstable/sid.
>  > 
>  > Where would one get such a thing?  unstable seems to be devoid of
>  > packages.  (Also testing is very incomplete -- I can't even see libc).
> Indeed, since when the package pool is in effect, I can find any
> package which are not in woody (and even some pakages in the old woody
> have now dissapeared). I suppose that if I put unstable in the apt-get
> source list, I can instaled unstable packages. But I want only to
> install _some_ unstable packages which I really need (I dont want the
> whole system become unstable).
> Can someone explain me how to find package which has'nt yet made their
> ways to woody

debian/pool/main/([a-z]|lib[a-z])/<source name/

Like for ifupdown go to:


and for libc6 go to:


and for libxml2 go to (note the "lib" prefix):


In each of these directories you will see all the source sets available
(.dsc, .diff.gz, .orig.tar.gz) and all deb's for each arch.


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