Re: Secret APT commands?
Hmm, when I do that, I get the following error:
debian-server:/usr/local/src/apache# dpkg --install --root=/usr/local/apache/ apache-common_1.3.26-0woody1_i386.deb
dpkg: unable to access dpkg status area: No such file or directory
> > of. One that I would find interesting would be the option to install in
> > something other than the default directories when I issue a apt-install
> > command. You guys have any ideas? Thanks!
> Depends on what you are looking for. As far as I know, more detailed
> options can be optained by running dpkg. The disadvantage is that you have
> to download the packages manually.
> For example, to install a package in a different directory, e.g. see
> /tmp/root as /, type:
> dpkg --install --root=/tmp/root blabla.deb
> if I am not mistaken.
> NT is the OS of the future. The main engine is the 16-bit Subsystem
> (also called MS-DOS Subsystem). Above that, there is the windoze 95/98
> 16-bit Subsystem. Anyone can see that 16+16=32, so windoze NT is a
> *real* 32-bit system.
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