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Re: "support" potato

Le paquet permet de tricher, mais comment s'assure-t-on que la tricherie est
légale ? Si tu as un paquet pour celà,  je suis preneur !

bash-2.03$ dpkg -p equivs
Package: equivs
Priority: extra
Section: admin
Installed-Size: 52
Maintainer: Martin Bialasinski <martinb@debian.org>
Architecture: all
Version: 1.999.12
Depends: perl | perl5, debhelper, dpkg-dev, devscripts, make, fakeroot
Filename: dists/potato/main/binary-i386/admin/equivs_1.999.12.deb
Size: 17148
MD5sum: 9f49ddbd0f39a503c8226d037ef9627e
Description: Circumventing Debian package dependencies
 This is a dummy package which can be used to create Debian
 packages, which only contain dependency information.
 This way, you can make the Debian package management
 system believe that equivalents to packages on which other
 packages do depend on are actually installed.
 Another possibility is creation of a meta package. When this
 package contains a dependency as "Depends: a, b, c", then
 installing this package will also select packages a, b and c.
 Instead of "Depends", you can also use "Recommends:" or
 "Suggests:" for less demanding dependency.
 Please note that this is a crude hack and if thoughtlessly used
 might possibly do damage to your packaging system. And please
 note as well that using it is not the recommended way of dealing
 with broken dependencies. Better file a bug report instead.

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