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The R12B release is from 2008. There was an update in how it handles ODBC libs in R13A, according to the readme file from that release: The configure script of the odbc application now also looks for odbc libraries in lib64 and lib/64 directories when building on a 64-bit system. This may explain why an older release is ...
The current accepted answer is out of date. FreeBSD has replaced its legacy packaging tools with pkgng. Here's the new way to query the reverse-dependencies of a package: pkg info -r <pkg name> Example: root@server:/usr/ports # pkg info -r python27 python27-2.7.6_4: python2-2_2 talloc-2.0.8 tevent-0.9.18 ...
After some discussion in chat, it became clear that the problem was that apt-get install gnome did not work on an apparently normal wheezy system. The install attempt exited with the errors given in the question. The culprit turned out to be www.deb-multimedia.org. After removing the deb-multimedia lines from sources.list, the install proceeded ...
Option would be to create "virtual" (read empty) package for it. With Arch creating your own packages is very easy. Just take inspiration from existing PKGBUILDs and adjust "Provides" accordingly.
There is no way as far as I know and it's not sane because they are very much different. --autounmask-write will just help you with configs editing. But after editing your configs you also can do anything like sync or maybe adding some 3d party overlays, noone can knows and as usual portage will need to check deps again.
So, the problem was caused from me having compiled another version of glib in /usr/local/. Because I did not remember the exact version I had compiled, I went to /usr/local/lib/pkgconfig/ and looked at the libglib2.0-0.pc file, which reported the 2.16 version. Because I did not have the source files, I re-downloaded them from ...
did you add ppa ? You will have to add PPA (Personal Packages Archives) in order to install Netflix on Linux. $ sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ehoover/compholio
The package name changed in the repository from python-software-properties to python3-software-properties. Install that and all be good!
Dan, changing the priority number of stable when running stable is generally a big no-no, afaik, and does not really make sense. The typical sorts of numbers you want to be using for testing/unstable are Pin Priority 50, and you don't want to touch the stable numbers. I looked at the Wiki page you referenced (you're really better off reading man ...
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