[Debian-olpc-devel] trouble installing sugar-0.86 in sid i386
tomeu at sugarlabs.org
Mon Sep 21 11:33:16 UTC 2009
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 12:57, Jonas Smedegaard <dr at jones.dk> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 11:59:46AM +0200, Tomeu Vizoso wrote:
>> I'm getting this error:
>> # aptitude install sugar-0.86
>> sugar-0.86: Depends: sugar-artwork-0.86 which is a virtual package
>> Maybe I need to wait a bit until they get in sid and are built for the
>> other archs?
> Yes, official packaging and recompiling for various archs may cause such
> Concretely, sugar-artwork-0.86 was waiting in NEW queue for ftpmaster
> approval due to being a new package name. So it wasn't available on any
> architecture officially until some time within the last 12-24 hours (too
> lazy to calculate timezones now).
Oh, forgot to tell that this was using your source, from reading the
links below, looks like i386 lacks sugar-artwork-0.86:
> Much info can be gathered through
> and form there go to "PTS", "Pool" and "Excuses" for each of the source
> For amd64 and i386 (and for powerpc if you ask nicely) - I provide packages
> at my unofficial source at debian.jones.dk which should make those
> architectures work at all times regardless of delays in official processing.
> My unofficial packages are carefully renumbered to ensure that when the
> official packages arrive they will replace the unofficial ones.
> My unofficial packages are built from exact same sources as published
> officially - except for a few cases of workarounds, especially for the
> backports to Lenny. All such workarounds are documented in the changelog.
> I recommend to install "apt-listchanges" and afterwards do "dpkg-reconfigure
> apt-listchanges" and enable a) showing both news and changes, and b) make it
> stop after showing them, to allow breaking if something alarming shows up.
> - Jonas
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