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Re: dselect & other install issues.

>> John Spence <9706744k@lux.levels.unisa.edu.au> writes:
>> > My first use of dselect was interesting but seemed to work out fine
>> > when I worked out how to display a list of "All" packages installed or
>> > not. However I ran it a second time just to familiarise myself with it
>> > and when I went to quit I accidentally selected "Install".
>> > 
>> > As expected the program starting flying throught the list of programs
>> > but it never seemed to stop. My screen saver activated twice as I was
>> > waiting for the program to stop. I'm not sure what the default time
>> > the screensaver is set to but it took ages before I decided that the
>> > program was in an infinite loop and pressed Ctrl-C to cancel.
>> I have noticed that this always seems to occur with the CD set
>> provided by one particular manufacturer, I can't remember which at the
>> moment.  I eventually just gave up on their 1.3.1 and used my other CD
>> set, the one for 1.3.0.

 A couple a weeks ago this same happened to me - but before that I had
 made 3 successful installs from the same CD (ChepBytes 1.3.1). And 
 I did borrow it to a couple friends, who had no problems also.

>> -- 
>> Ben Pfaff <pfaffben@pilot.msu.edu> <blp@gnu.org> <pfaffben@debian.org>
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