I have not looked in the recent past but have they cleared up the buffer overflow problems with Pine? If not you might be better off with something else. To try and answer the question have you tried
apt-get install pine ?
Should work like a charm.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Eileen Orbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 13:07:10 -0400
>I have just installed Debian 2.2 after being a RH user for quite some
>time. I currently trying to install the pine package which I downloaded
>The commands I issued were
>dpkg -i pine4-src.1.deb
>I then changed to the usr/src/pine4 directory (AND READ THE READ ME FILE)
>issued the commands in the readme file
>but I get this error msg when I run
>install bin/pine debian/tmp/usr/bin
>install bin/pine No such file or directory....
>Any help would be appreciated...
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