Re: No PINE debian package?
I'm running a Pine binary package. I think he meant that he couldn't find
a Pine binary package at all.
On Sun, 19 Jul 1998, Nathan E Norman wrote:
> Date: Sun, 19 Jul 1998 17:42:54 -0500 (CDT)
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> Subject: Re: No PINE debian package?
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> On Sun, 19 Jul 1998, Keith Alen Vance wrote:
> : Is there a debain package for Pine? I haven't seen one, but I could be
> : looking in the wrong place. I have elm installed ut I prefer to use pine.
> : If anyone know where I can get a debian package for Pine I would
> : appreciate it.
> Finding a Pine package is easy. Here's how you do it:
> 1) Download the Pine source package.
> 2) Unpack it with `dpkg-source -x'
> 3) cd to the pine dir and build it with `dpkg-buildpackage'
> 4) dpkg -i ../pine*deb
> There ya go :) Since the Pine source is a bit dodgy Debian doesn't
> distribute modified binaries. Better safe than sorry.
> Nathan Norman
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