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  1. #1

    Post Scan


    Is there way to post install scan and index the cds if they werent during install?

  2. #2
    um, what?
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    After several attempts to install sarge (could not get past command) I gave up and installed etch. During the install of sarge it asked for and indexed all the cds. I assume aptitude uses these indexes.
    I am now trying to install a downloaded wine. I dont have a clue how to compile it
    I have all the pool folders from the sarge set on the hard drive. I get a dependencie on ** when I try to install wine.When I try to install ** it it depends on ## Im in an endless loop.. I notice wine on the sarge cd It seem to me if the cds were indexed aptitude could access the sarge cds or the pool folders on the hard drive. What am I missing?

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    ok put your cdrom in and do
    Code:
    apt-cdrom add
    http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/ap...basico.en.html
    Brilliant Mediocrity - Making Failure Look Good

  6. #5
    Ok Thanks... Us windows guys are slow and dense at times

    Ill tell you what virgil.. I love this OS when I get some karaoke software working on it goodbye windows!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyoker
    Ok Thanks... Us windows guys are slow and dense at times

    Ill tell you what virgil.. I love this OS when I get some karaoke software working on it goodbye windows!!!!!
    Glad you are enjoying yourself. That is half the battle
    Brilliant Mediocrity - Making Failure Look Good

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