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On Saturday 28 June 2003 10:50 am, Felix Natter wrote:You can try to build the packages from source. Setup apt-pinning> 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?
> Felix Natter
> Linux from *scratch* ([url]www.gnu.org/software/emacs[/url])
(/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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