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Hallo all, I have installed a Knoppix3.6 (the hardware recognition was great) and then I installed in HD. I am trying to update packages und recompile kernel so I can ...
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- 11-30-2004 #1
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- Nov 2004
I have installed a Knoppix3.6 (the hardware recognition was great) and then I installed in HD.
I am trying to update packages und recompile kernel so I can test some experimental software that need for example the latest version of autoconf and automake..
I am not an expert at all ... but I was reading for a long time the online manuals, and so on....
I wrote my source.list with entries for stable un testing..
and I did also
I was trying with
Then I did
root@ksat77:/etc/apt# apt-get upgrade Reading Package Lists... Done Building Dependency Tree... Done You might want to run apt-get -f install' to correct these. The following packages have unmet dependencies: frozen-bubble: Depends: frozen-bubble-data (= 1.0.0-6) but 1.0.0-4 is installed testdisk: Depends: libntfs5 (>= 1.9.2) but it is not installed E: Unmet dependencies. Try using -f. root@ksat77:/etc/apt#
root@ksat77:/etc/apt# apt-get -f install Reading Package Lists... Done Building Dependency Tree... Done Correcting dependencies... failed. The following packages have unmet dependencies: frozen-bubble: Depends: frozen-bubble-data (= 1.0.0-6) but 1.0.0-4 is installed testdisk: Depends: libntfs5 (>= 1.9.2) but it is not installed E: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages. E: Unable to correct dependencies root@ksat77:/etc/apt#
I also don't know if the problem could come from the installation from Knoppix (based,but not debian..) Or if it is just a package that I have to uninstall....
This is my /etc/apt/apt.conf
APT::Default-Release "testing"; APT::Cache-Limit 10000000; Apt::Get::Purge;
Any suggestion it will be very appreciate!
Thank you in advance!
- 11-30-2004 #2
it is because it is not debian, but knoppix. Although, it may not be impossible, I have a feeling, that if you try to fix something that is broken, you will end up breaking something else.
any reason why you can't install debian?
- 11-30-2004 #3
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- Nov 2004
First of all, Thank you for answering!
I started with knoppix because for the first time it has a easier detection of hardware...I tried it and everything was recognized for the first time...so I didn't try with a "pure debian",that at the beginnin is harder to configure...
It is clear for me that upgrade and other things maybe are not so good idea with knoppix..
PS: I had already done a lot of searchs before posting...but later I have found an answer in another specific forum.
I will copy the link just in case somebody come here with the same problem I have had.For me was helffull
- 12-01-2004 #4
you still may try debian, in most cases you will be fine. the only problem I had was a video card issue, but it wasn't to hard to fix. Also, you can many times use knoppix as a "guide" to making debian work correctly
- 12-04-2004 #5
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- Oct 2004
- Manchester, England
If you are having hardware problems installing Debian, make sure you use the 2.4 kernel instead of the default 2.2.
Have a look at the install help options on boot up screen, I think you need to type bf24 or similar to start with 2.4 kernel. This will help a lot with later hardware.