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Tuesday, February 25th 2003, 6:40pm

Kpackage 3.1 on Debian Woody

I've managed to replace KDE2.2 by KDE 3.1 on Woody, but Kpackage doesn't work any more. It accesses sources.list and updates & displays & browses the package list correctly. But it does not install or remove any package - the message I get is "exec: no such file or directory".

So, which file could this message refer to? Or how can I find out, which file is not accessible?



Tuesday, February 25th 2003, 8:59pm

kpackage still has a long way to go, i suggest using the classic way with command line or use synaptic.

keep in mind you must be root (or run as root) the applications that take advantage of apt-get otherwise it wont work.