Games, Drivers & all
rrumberger at web.de
Wed Mar 3 13:29:54 GMT 2010
On Wednesday 03 March 2010, Jonas Norlander wrote:
> On 3 March 2010 13:18, Varun Jindal <seeu.varun at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Jonas, its not at all that I don't read the solutions given by
> > everyone o the mailing list. I thouroughly read every mail that
> > appears on this thread. However, the reason for reasking was
> > that when I attempted to install Wine, I got an error that was
> > somethink like: unresolved dependencies........could not find
> > libapt-inst-libc6.9-6-1.1 . That is why I had asked for another
> > Wine.deb download link hoping that it won't complain about
> > dependencies...
> That's because almost all packages depends on other packages. In a
> console you can write "apt-cache depends wine" to get what
> packages wine depends on. Download and install them first.
> That's one of the reason using a package manager and a Internet
> connection make it so easy, it download all the dependencies to.
> For me it gives (but could show other result for you):
> jonas at Tor:~$ LANG=en apt-cache depends wine
> Depends: wine1.2
> jonas at Tor:~$ LANG=en apt-cache depends wine1.2
If he can't download software due to internet connection problems,
how is he supposed to get the dependencies from the repo?
IOW, this isn't likely to work if he can't just apt-get install
You can use http://packages.ubuntu.com to find the dependencies for
most official Ubuntu packages.
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