bug in netinstall?
v.sessink at openoffice.nl
Tue Dec 13 17:30:08 GMT 2005
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I tried to netinstall Ubuntu 5.10 but it wouldn't. In the second stage of
the installation (after the reboot) it would come up with a
'libesd-alsa0: Conflicts: libesd0 but 0.2.36-1ubuntu5 is to be installed.'
After a lot of debugging (as I don't know base-install), I found out that
this comes from
aptitude --without-recommends -y install '~tubuntu-standard|~tubuntu-desktop'
... that is called through base-install.
After base-install bails out with an error, I end up with a sort-of
Would this mean the archive is B0rked? I only have nl.archive.ubuntu.com in
my list (even deleted Security, just to be sure it wasn't about a security
What should I do now?
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