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comment libssl1.0.0 doesn't satisfy libssl0.9.8 dependency?
Whoops, I thought I had. Question updated. It's configured with aptitude now.
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revised libssl1.0.0 doesn't satisfy libssl0.9.8 dependency?
made it clear I'm using Debian
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comment libssl1.0.0 doesn't satisfy libssl0.9.8 dependency?
But I'm not running Ubuntu, I was just using its repository because VMWare doesn't provide any other way to download their debs.
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comment libssl1.0.0 doesn't satisfy libssl0.9.8 dependency?
Thanks! I got it from packages.debian.org/squeeze/i386/libssl0.9.8/download instead, but it worked!
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accepted libssl1.0.0 doesn't satisfy libssl0.9.8 dependency?
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answered Identical mount points for two file systems when installing Linux
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comment Identical mount points for two file systems when installing Linux
That appears to be the case. It works fine with the Live-CD graphical installer of the same version (and ISO).
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revised Identical mount points for two file systems when installing Linux
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accepted Supress startup messages on stdout?
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comment Supress startup messages on stdout?
You're right. Shortly after I posted my comment, I found where $prompt was being set, and fixed things as you suggested. test -t 0 works for me also.
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