[ubuntu-uk] motorola v3 phone

Farran Lee fazzy.baboon at ntlworld.com
Sat Nov 17 16:22:37 GMT 2007

no, sorry. That won't work either. 
(You may have come across this before from me - I have posted it a
couple of times.) Months ago, I attempted to install MythTV and all it's
addons. When it got about half way through the installation process, it
asked for configuration; for a MySQL database. I didn't really know what
it was, thought it was some kind of online subscription or something.
Recently discovered it was something actually on my computer - except it
hadn't been in the dependencies list for MythTV when it was installing.
So I _still_ have a half installed MythTV, and no MySQL. I can't install
or remove anything. I tried installing MySQL through source (or whatever
it is when it isn't a .deb - basically unarchiving a gzip and using the
make commands etc), but my computer has NEVER liked that process.
I would be hugely pleased if this could be fixed, although I am due to
build a new pc soon.


On Sat, 2007-11-17 at 16:08 +0000, Robert McWilliam wrote:

> On Sat, 17 Nov 2007 15:22:17 +0000
> Farran Lee <fazzy.baboon at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> > ahh, ok. Makes sense. I have just found moto4lin, but cannot install
> > it because of the state my laptop is currently in. Is there an easy
> > way to install it that _will_ work aside from aptitude? Compilation
> > has never seemed to work for me.
> You can get the deb(s) yourself (packages.ubuntu.com is probably the
> easiest place to get them) and install them with:
> sudo dpkg -i <.deb file name goes here>
> But you then have to chase the dependencies manually, and depending on
> what exactly the state of your laptop is that is stopping aptitude
> working this might not work either. Post what the problem is with
> aptitude and someone might be able to offer advice on fixing it.
> 	Robert
> ________________________________________________________
> Robert McWilliam     rmcw at allmail.net    www.ormiret.com
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