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Re: How to instal wine on Debian/Sid



On 2018-09-14 09:43 +0200, Martin wrote:

> On new computer I am installing Debian/Sid (after using intallation dvd
> in sources.list I commented out line containing dvd and inserted this
> line:
> deb http://httpredir.debian.org/debian/ sid main contrib non-free
> then used apt update and apt ugrade)
>
> As I slowly install programs that i intend to use I have problem
> installing wine.  Acording to https://wiki.debian.org/Wine I need to
> install 32 bit applicatons under wine so I added 32 bit architecture;
> sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 && sudo apt update
>
> wine32-development package depend on libpulse0:i386 but this is in
> confilct with libpulse0 (64 bit version) already installed as dependency
> for other packages i used.

That's because pulseaudio FTBFS on i386[1] and so libpulse:amd64 and
libpulse:i386 are out of sync in unstable.  Such things happen from time
to time, although this issue has been lasting annoyingly long already.

> As I only now installed whole system I did not mind uninstall all
> programs that depend on libpulse0, then i installed wine32 and it was
> able to run Windows application (with sound too).
>
> But now I am not able to install back program that i want because i can
> not install libpulse0 (64bit version). This means Videos on YouTube are
> without sounds, can not install mplayer, or openjdk-8-jdk, or any other
> program that need pulseaudio.
>
> How do I resolve this breaking dependecies between libpulse0 and
> libpulse0:i386?

Add an entry for testing to your sources.list and install
libpulse:amd64/testing.

Cheers,
       Sven


1. https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=906504#29


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