dselect installation fails
I have just tried using dselect to upgrade my system to the latest
version of rex (from an earlier version of rex) and ran into problems
with the installation stage. I realize that rex hasn't yet been
officially released yet as 1.2, but I thought someone might like to
know of this bug.
This is what happens:
Looking for part 1 of libc5 ...
Running dpkg -iB for libc5 ...
(Reading database ... 26196 files and directories currently
Preparing to replace libc5 (using .../base/libc5_5.4.13-1.deb) ...
Unpacking replacement libc5 ...
Setting up libc5 (5.4.13-1) ...
dpkg: cannot see how to satisfy pre-dependency:
perl pre-depends on libdl1
dpkg: cannot satisfy pre-dependencies for perl (wanted due to perl)
installation script returned error exit status 1.
Press RETURN to continue.
Mark Phillips. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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