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On Sat, 2003-06-28 at 13:50, Felix Natter wrote: > hi, > > the dosemu packages in woody says that there is no freedos-package and > that I should get the freedos binary package from [url]www.dosemu.org[/url] > (and that I should read README.Debian for instructions on how to > install it) > However, these instructions don't work with dosemu-freedos-b8p-bin.tgz > (I get something like "no os found"). > > So I tried the dosemu-freedos package from testing mixed with the > dosemu-package from stable. This doesn't work ("bad or missing command > interpreter" (command.com)). > > Now it looks like I ...

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    Default Re: dosemu-freedos on woody / using glibc from woody+sid?

    On Sat, 2003-06-28 at 13:50, Felix Natter wrote:
    > hi,
    >
    > the dosemu packages in woody says that there is no freedos-package and
    > that I should get the freedos binary package from [url]www.dosemu.org[/url]
    > (and that I should read README.Debian for instructions on how to
    > install it)
    > However, these instructions don't work with dosemu-freedos-b8p-bin.tgz
    > (I get something like "no os found").
    >
    > So I tried the dosemu-freedos package from testing mixed with the
    > dosemu-package from stable. This doesn't work ("bad or missing command
    > interpreter" (command.com)).
    >
    > Now it looks like I have to use the dosemu and dosemu-freedos packages
    > from testing or sid (it works at a friend's who runs sid).
    > How can I do this if dosemu depends on glibc-2.3.1-1?:
    >
    > dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of dosemu:
    > dosemu depends on libc6 (>= 2.3.1-1); however:
    > Version of libc6 on system is 2.2.5-6.
    You could grab the dosemu and dosemu-freedos deb-src packages
    and build them yourself. It's pretty painless.

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    Default Re: dosemu-freedos on woody / using glibc from woody+sid?

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    On Saturday 28 June 2003 10:50 am, Felix Natter wrote:
    > hi,
    >
    > the dosemu packages in woody says that there is no freedos-package and
    > that I should get the freedos binary package from [url]www.dosemu.org[/url]
    > (and that I should read README.Debian for instructions on how to
    > install it)
    > However, these instructions don't work with dosemu-freedos-b8p-bin.tgz
    > (I get something like "no os found").
    >
    > So I tried the dosemu-freedos package from testing mixed with the
    > dosemu-package from stable. This doesn't work ("bad or missing command
    > interpreter" (command.com)).
    >
    > Now it looks like I have to use the dosemu and dosemu-freedos packages
    > from testing or sid (it works at a friend's who runs sid).
    > How can I do this if dosemu depends on glibc-2.3.1-1?:
    >
    > dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of dosemu:
    > dosemu depends on libc6 (>= 2.3.1-1); however:
    > Version of libc6 on system is 2.2.5-6.
    >
    > Is there a way (apt-pinning?) that I can use these packages
    > without compromising my woody system?
    >
    > thanks!,
    >
    > --
    > Felix Natter
    > Linux from *scratch* ([url]www.gnu.org/software/emacs[/url])
    You can try to build the packages from source. Setup apt-pinning
    (/etc/apt/preferences) file. Use 'apt-get source -b <package name> -t
    <Debian Version, Testing or Unstable>'. If there are not a lot of depends
    it could work without breaking woody.

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    Default How to upgrade to latest PHP version?

    Would someone please explain what I need to do in order to upgrade my PHP to
    the lastest version. Consider me a newbie.

    TIA




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    Default Re: How to upgrade to latest PHP version?

    Hi,

    * Richard Cunningham <wandereroasiscomm.net> [030630 12:42]:
    > Would someone please explain what I need to do in order to upgrade my PHP to
    > the lastest version. Consider me a newbie.
    Since you have not been at all specific about what your problem is I
    guess you should start by learning about the package management system.
    Then it will be come clear to you how to install and upgrade software
    packages eg. php.

    Please read the apt-get HOWTO.

    Install it with the following command:

    apt-get install apt-howto-en

    then look at /usr/share/doc/Debian/apt-howto/index.en.html in your
    favourite web browser.

    Nick.

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