You need to install the pine4-diffs package as well. It contains the
patches and the dsc file, as well as the debian-package configuration
files. You also will need libc-client4.7 and libc-client4.7-dev, and
After you have installed both, switch into /usr/src/pine4.
Issue: dpkg-source -x *.dsc
After that, you can change into ./pine-4.21, and issue:
After it, you will receive the debian packages of pine, pico and pilot in
/usr/src/pine4, which you can install.
On Thu, 12 Oct 2000, Eileen Orbell wrote:
> 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
> from us.debian.org.
> 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
> debian/rules binary
> install bin/pine debian/tmp/usr/bin
> install bin/pine No such file or directory....
> Any help would be appreciated...
> Eileen Orbell
> Software & Internet Applications
> Capitol College
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