Nah, you just need some other perl-stuff, try: apt-cache search perl | grep
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> That may explain it.
> I had tried to upgrade from potato to woody, and as soon as
> the woody perl
> was installed, my apt-get upgrade really crashed. All the
> packages started
> having conflicts with each other (specifically gnome packages).
> Maybe I need to upgrade perl? Should I dpkg --purge perl or is there a
> better way with apt? I'm afraid since the package is new that it will
> think I don't need to change it.
> Any advice appriciated!
> D. Ghost
> On Mon, 27 Nov 2000 JoshNarins@aol.com wrote:
> > DESTROY is all about perl. DebConf is a Debian specific
> > perl package.
> > Have you uninstalled perl?
> > Have you hand isntalled a newer perl?
> > Is DebConf in your @INC or $PERL5LIB?
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