dpkg keeps using the 'msdos-i386' directory...
Today I tried running dpkg (version 220.127.116.11) on a local debian mirror. The
mirror is up to date. I get this error message:
22:52 [root:p3] sgip038:~# dselect
Running dpkg -iGROEB /debian/unstable
find: /debian/unstable/msdos-i386/games/fortune.deb: No such file or directory
dpkg: subprocess find returned error exit status 1
installation script returned error exit status 1.
Press RETURN to continue.
It's not the first time it happens to me, it happens ever since I
reinstalled my system with the 1996-11-28 1.2 disk set.
Why does dselect keep trying to install packages from msdos-i386? And why
is this link missing anyway?
Does it have something to do with the fact that last friday my dselect
kept looping endlessly?
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