RE: Email (Solved)...next...POP3 setup
No. I did them one at a time. I tried using -recursive, but that didn't get
off the ground. I didn't know about listing them. What would you suggest
concerning this situation, where half of an interdependant group are already
half installed? Can you go back and tell it to install the bunch?
Mike Olds www.buddhadust.org
From: John Hasler [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 02, 2002 8:01 PM
To: Debian. Org
Subject: Re: Email (Solved)...next...POP3 setup
Michael Olds wrote:
> Then progressing further, I actually think I managed to download all the
> dependancies needed, but I'm hung up in a catch 22: x depends on y so x
> will not be configured; y depends on x so y will not be configured. Now I
> have a half dozen packages sitting there unconfigured that won't
> configure and I cant sit or get off the can.
Did you try 'dpkg --install u.deb v.deb w.deb x.deb y.deb z.deb' ?
Dancing Horse Hill
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