Bug#230687: [apt-rpm] How can I install package1 which requires an older version of package2?
Op zaterdag 31 januari 2004 00:01, schreef Matt Zimmerman:
> > due to the hacked server. I'm very glad to receive your reply!
> In addition, I was in the process of moving house late last year, and have
> not had much time for Debian. I am trying to catch up though. I see your
> email to deity@lists in the archive, and I see that Jason responded very
> quickly. Is there a prior message that I did not see?
Indeed Jason responded quickly, but after that all went quiet. Let's forget
it, it's seems a thing from the past now :)
> > > > Can you provide me the latest man page sources. ?I'll have a look at
> > > > the merge as well. ?I don't have the 'script' (1 big ?sed command)
> > > > around now, I'll provide you that one later.
> > Please, find the convert script in the attachment.
> Thank you. I would like to file all of this information (including your
> emails) in the bug tracking system so that they aren't lost. Is this OK
> with you?
That's a good idea indeed.
> What is the proper tool to use to convert the XML documents into nroff man
It is xmlto.
You need a current version (1.64.1) of docbook-xsl to have the manpages
That seems okay, they are all present in the apt repository :)
> > > cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/deity co apt
> > > (password is blank)
> > Tried it, I get:
> > richard:~/cvs> cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvs/deity co apt
> > Fatal error, aborting.
> > cvs_deity: no such user
> It seems that some pserver services are not completely restored yet. I
> will ping the admin team about this.
> > I get the feeling that anonymous is mapped to a not existing user.... I
> > have no problems accessing other cvs systems. Any web frontend around to
> > cvs?
> http://cvs.debian.org/ module 'deity'.
Okay found them. I'll download them for there. However, before I continue
with merging/processing or whatever, I'm curious to know whether you can
distribute (apt/deity) with the converted docs (to xml docbook-4) in
combination with xmlto (or whatever xml processor you would like to use of