spangler.robert at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 16:58:56 EDT 2008
So then if I want to run Orca from source, I might as well aptitude
remove gnome-accessibility, since the Gnome install guide from source
has one checkout AT-SPI, and a few other packages along with Orca, or
just aptitude remove those packages?
Also, someone stated that doing apt-get install lilo would remove Grub.
It did not. I installed Lilo, configured it, and ran grub - it was
still there. So I did a aptitude purge grub. If I remember properly,
the MBR is installed on /dev/hda. Does this mean that the boot line in
/etc/lilo.conf should be /dev/hda and root = should be /dev/hda1? Some
of the wording in liloconfig was a little...misleading. I'm used to the
Also, Debian recommends using kernel-package for building custom
kernels; what are your thoughts on this? Sounds like it would make it
more convenient but I am a traditional kernel building guy.
Gregory Nowak wrote:
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> No, provided that the debian packages are uninstalled, or that the
> packages you built are in paths different from those used by the
> debian package.
> On Mon, Aug 04, 2008 at 12:59:46PM -0400, Robert Spangler wrote:
>> But when I do an aptitude update then aptitude full-upgrade, won't it
>> overwrite my custom installed packages?
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