Installation Debian 2.1
i tried to install debian 2.1 the first time ... after i solved my problem
with the initio-SCSI-host with help of the list-archive it's time for me to
ask directly :(((
i used the potato 2.2.5 boot disks because of a problem of the boot-cd
within the debian 2.1 package with the initio-SCSI-host ... installed the
base-package from the 10 boot-disks and after the base-system was installed
i tried to install packages from the 2.1-cd's.
so far no problem, but no there is an unresolved dependence for the package:
libc6 recommends libc6-bin
libc6-bin does not appear to be available
if i try to install nevertheless it tells me:
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
The following NEW packages will be installed:
[list of several packages]
0 packages upgraded, 40 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
and there it hangs ... minute after minute ... hour after hour ...
SO .. is there an relationship between the missing libc6-bin and the
hanging package-installation???? if so: where could i get this mysterious
libc6-bin??? if not: what else could it be to hang the package-installation????
If this question is already a FAQ please let me now and redirect me to the
corresponding site :)))
Thx for help in advance
Peter Palmreuther |
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