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    Re: kernel 2.6.33 k10

    It's not about being stubborn, it's about being smart.

    http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2009/12/msg00649.html

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/specs/KernelLucidKernelDecision
  2. Re: Building the latest rubygems into a debian package

    1.3.1 is in jaunty, 1.3.4 is in karmic. What version of Ubuntu are you running? Are those new enough for you?
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    Re: Howto: Install and configure Pekwm

    I have now packaged Adriano Foschi's contributed pekwm themes (http://adrinux.wordpress.com/pekwm-themes/) for Debian. If you want to install them on Ubuntu just fetch them from my alioth space:
    ...
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    Re: What's your machine's manhood?

    Damn, I was hoping I could get 1st with my 238.1 cm but it was not to be!
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    Re: Debian gets FreeBSD kernel support

    At the moment, all proprietary code in the FreeBSD kernel (both closed-source drivers like ath and GPL-incompatible drivers like ZFS) have been cut from Debian GNU/kFreeBSD.

    However, this might...
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    Re: Debian gets FreeBSD kernel support

    At the moment there will probably not be support for this Linux compatibility layer in Debian GNU/kFreeBSD, at least based on how I interpret the discussion here:...
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    Re: 15k RPMs of MADNESS!! argh!

    And I thought you were talking about RPM hell...
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    Re: Howto: Install and configure Pekwm

    How are you installing the theme? You should untar the theme into the ~/.pekwm/themes directory such that there is a directory with the theme name in it. The script in the menu only searches for...
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    Re: Howto: Install and configure Pekwm

    It definitely has to do with your decision to use 0.1.5. There is not really support for backwards compatibility in themes. You should upgrade to 0.1.10.
  10. Re: How to change dependencies for an existing .deb package?

    kronos:/home/dmr# aptitude show equivs
    Package: equivs
    New: yes
    State: installed
    Automatically installed: no
    Version: 2.0.7-0.1
    Priority: extra
    Section: admin
    Maintainer: Peter Samuelson...
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    Re: Coupple of packaging questions

    Use dh_installexamples in debian/rules to install examples.

    If multiple packages provide the necessary dependencies, then those packages probably all have a "Provides" field. You can list what...
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    Re: Qt4.5 in 8.10

    ~ $ apt-file search gst/gst.h
    libgstreamer0.10-dev: /usr/include/gstreamer-0.10/gst/gst.h


    Do you have that installed?
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    Re: compile emacs from source code but can't open termcap database file

    Why are you compiling? If you need emacs23 snapshots just get them from here: http://emacs.orebokech.com/
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    Re: Pbuilder patching fails

    Just use "debian/rules patch" and "debian/rules unpatch" to test the patches, and then refresh the patch that errors out until this works.
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    Re: dpkg-buildpackage error

    I think you were confusing the output of apt-cache policy with the control file.

    Control files that are changed during the build process (not control.in files used in some packages though) are...
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    Re: Minimal CD availability

    I don't believe that that is correct.

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/intrepid/gnome
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    Re: Minimal CD availability

    The contents of the installer will probably not change significantly at the end of the dev cycle, so you should be able to use Beta or RC images.
    ...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Compiled GCC 4.4 from source and everything was broken

    Or just:


    aptitude install gcc-snapshot
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    Re: dpkg-buildpackage error

    That control file is rather strange.

    The canonical description lists the source package first, followed by the binary name. You shouldn't have installed-size or version or any of those in the...
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    Re: What is the absolute lightest WM?

    Do you want a tiling window manager? "Usable" is pretty vague.
  21. Re: What is the worst/dumbest computer mistakes you have ever done?

    Calling:


    !rm

    in bash, because I thought my last command was


    rmadison
  22. Re: What packages do I need to compile ?

    eee:/home/dmr# aptitude search --disable-columns -F '%p %V' ~n^automake
    automake 1:1.10.1-3
    automake1.10 <none>
    automake1.4 1:1.4-p6-13
    automake1.4-doc <none>
    automake1.7 1.7.9-9
    automake1.9...
  23. Re: What packages do I need to compile ?

    Depends on what you are compiling.

    I would get:


    aptitude install build-essential devscripts automake autoconf m4 autotools-dev subversion cvs git-core bzr bzrtools mercurial darcs xorg-dev
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    Re: Ubuntu to Debian - what would I miss?

    It won't be in d-i though until the next stable, so you will have to install manually via bootstrapping.
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    Re: Ubuntu to Debian - what would I miss?

    Really, don't spread FUD. I remember this.

    http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?t=27582

    The forum members were quite helpful. EMD went through the trouble of posting two links to tutorials on...
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