AAARGH! I mean, Aptitude problems
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OK, I seem to have got myself into a bit of a pickle here. I tried to
install MySQL 5. Now, because of the various dependencies, installing
MySQL 5 requires the latest version of a particular package which
conflicts with my kernel (package: kernel-image-2.4.27-2-386).
Therefore, aptitude has flagged my kernel as being broken, and must be
removed. I DON'T THINK SO!!!
How can I tell aptitude to fix the broken dependencies, but it MUST NOT
TOUCH the kernel image?
Actually, I guess if I want to install MySQL 5 I'm going to have to
update my kernel, right?
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