just switched to debian anmd run into some problems...
- first of all i want my favourite mailreader back: pine.
the problem is, that the version for thesrc and diffs is 3.96 and i want
to sue as before 4.03...
now when i try to build pine by hand i get the following message:
05:34:36 yoda:~/tmp/pine4.03$ build slx
Cannot stat debian/rules
i am quite clueless about this message..... what shall i do to get a
working copy? How hard is it to make a debian package out of it?
- then i use dselect to install or remove packages, i use a nearby mirror
and wanted to include the non-US part, but:
getting: dists/stable/non-US/binary-i386/pgp-us_2.6.3a-4.deb (283332)
dists/stable/non-US/binary-i386/pgp-i_2.6.3a-4.deb: No such file or
the path is wrong.... i have set the path to
dists/stable/main dists/stable/non-free dists/stable/contrib
the last one since the stable link in non-US pointed on bo and not hamm
(which i have...)
and BTW when retrieving the Package listings, dselect get's it right:
Login as anonymous...
Setting transfer mode to binary...
Cd to `/debian'...
Closing ftp connection...
Getting Packages files...(stop with ^C)
etc. without a prob...
so how get it right?
- when the bandwith on our ethernet sinks due mainly to a very slick
M$-proggy, my brand new debian system looses its system name (at least i
noticed this every time the network was out for several minutes...) the
name beeing replaced by a '-f'....
that's quite annoying since it also affects my rights to the display (after
that impossible to open a new X-app...), what can i do against it? (su'ing
and resetting the system name isn't very interesting...)
- i just got from Conrad Electronics a DCF-77 module that can be attached
to serial port of my computer, there even was a software delivered for it
but for DOS... serail number on it is WT-102S Radio controlled clock.... is
there any software for GNU/Linux debian to make a ntp-server with such a
thanks for any help
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