From here you may search for, and install packages. Note: On some 64-bit systems, such as RHEL 6, 64-bit and 32-bit package version numbers may differ. This will cause a conflict when installing the 32-bit package. The quickest solution is to downgrade the 64-bit . package so that the installed version coincides with that of the 32-bit package.
As per , building packages from prebuilt binaries is not allowed without the package being a pkgname-bin package. What is the reason that you cannot build the source? EDIT: I can confirm that just changing the pkgver to 2.1.1 from the previous commit does compile just fine. You should change back to building from source.
Sep 27, 2018 · The best way to resolve this issue requires a couple of command line tools: ldd and apt-file. First, navigate to the location of the package installation. This is usually /usr/local/lib/python3.5/dist-packages/<package>/. Note the package directory will be named after the import line, which may differ from the name of the package as you installed it.
Package: php5* Pin: version 5.3* Pin-Priority: 700 Package: libapache2-mod-php5 Pin: version 5.3* Pin-Priority: 700 Package: php-pear Pin: version 5.3* Pin-Priority: 700 Package: php-apc Pin: version 3.1.3p* Pin-Priority: 700 Package: * Pin: release a=stable Pin-Priority: 600 This will list your PHP packages
Aug 24, 2020 · The current apt and rpm packages in https://dist.crystal-lang.org will be available and receive stable updates until November 2020 as a transition period. The installation script allows installing the latest stable version by default:
Next I want to install the debootstrap package, but the system doesn’t let me. Any idea why? After the downgrade reset, the web interface says “v03.04.01-219”. Then I do through ssh: # apt-get update (works ok) # apt-get --force-yes install debootstrap Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information...
Aug 16, 2017 · On Debian, Ubuntu, and its derivatives like Linux Mint, Elementary OS, you can use apt-cache command to list the dependencies of a particular package. To list what a package, say for example vim, depends on, run:
build-dep causes apt-get to install/remove packages in an attempt to satisfy the build dependencies for a source package. By default the dependencies are satisfied to build the package natively. If desired a host-architecture can be specified with the --host-architecture option instead.