Re: ignoring dependencies
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On Friday, 05.11.2004 at 15:38 +0100, Filip Moritz wrote:
> hope I don't bug with an old question, but I couldn't find a
> satisfactory solution to this problem anywhere.
> I want to install package A (subversion here), which depends on B
> (perl) and C (python) for sake of features, I don't need. Those in
> turn depend on D, E, ... opening up whole a tree of other stuff I
> don't want to waste my harddisk on (and my mind actually, as I have to
> consider any piece of software installed for security implications).
> Now, is there any means to apt-get install A, ignoring it's alleged
> dependencies to B and C, not affecting it's remaining deps?
First, manually install "it's remaining deps"; then install the program
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