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Re: install problems

From: Marian-Nicolae V. Ion
Subject: Re: install problems
Date: 12 Oct 2003 19:17:33 +0200

>As for installing it, I can assure you a lot of people have done that.

I am sure, because I've did it once myself! I've even managed to make
use of my French keyboard! (BTW it would be nice that people who
write native-install would take into account not only the timezone
but the keyboard too; it would be also nice that the crosshurd script
would take the current keyboard into account when installing
But at that time I've used the gnu-latest.tar.gz package that worked and
that is now impossible to be found!

>I.e: the first line would look like "#!/bin/sh -x"

BTW the native-install from gnu.tar.bz2 starts with /bin/bash not
bin/sh; anyhow, I did the change and nothing new happened, i.e.
the program seemed to be frozen; after a new hit on CR it displayed
sh ./aieisal: No such file or directory

Maybe it would be of interest to neote that at the end of booting it
displayed something like:

Hurd server bootstrap:.... /dev/console: No such file or directory
/libexec/console-run: Using temporary console /tmp/console
/libexec/console-run: cannot execute /libexec/runsystem: no such file
or directory

> Remove the line from /etc/apt/sources.list

That line does not exist in my Debian /etc/apt/sources.list but
in /etc/crosshurd/sources.list (which is used by the crosshurd
script); anyhow, after commenting that line the things went a
little bit further, i.e. it smoothly downloaded everything (?) but
in the end it wrote:

Reading Package Lists... DonReading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
E: Couldn't find package inetutils
Failed to download the .deb's.


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