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Thread: libkrb5-3 and libkrb5support0 packages

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    libkrb5-3 and libkrb5support0 packages

    I'm trying to install pg_config so I can get some simple reports regarding my PostgreSQL 8.4.7 installation.

    I downloaded pg_config and its dependencies and tried to install them with the package installer, but it wouldn't go because it seems like something may be wrong with the libkrb5-3 and libkrb5support0 packages - they won't install and the package installer just zips through without reporting missing dependencies or anything. The MD5, SHA1, and SHA256 checksums all match, but they just won't install.

    I downloaded all the packages from the ubuntu [security] repository.

    Because my Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) machine is not connected to the internet, I download packages to my Windows 7 machine, transfer them across my network to a shared folder on my Ubuntu machine and double-click the package to install.

    I’ve successfully installed postgresql-8.4, apache-2.2.14, php-5.3.2, drupal-6.16, and several other packages and all their dependencies this way without any problems before.

    To make sure I wasn’t having some new problem, I then tried installing libk5crypto3 - it installed fine.

    I sent an email to frank@lichtenheld.de , the repository maintainer, but haven't heard back from him yet.

    Has anybody else encountered a problem with these packages?

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    Re: libkrb5-3 and libkrb5support0 packages

    Of some interest may be the fact that I went ahead and connected my Ubuntu machine to the internet. Then I did:

    sudo apt-get install pg_config

    and now I get:

    Couldn't find package pg_config.

    Checking the repository at http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/i386/allpackages shows that it seems to have disappeared.

    Meanwhile, back at the ranch:

    sudo apt-get install gimp

    worked perfectly.

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