Get the package 'equivs'. It allows you to great fake packages from a control
file. Very handy when your messing with things like X4 and stuff.
On Thu, Nov 09, 2000 at 12:49:12PM +0000, Dave Burke wrote:
>> I've only recently moved to debian, so excuse me if there is an obvious
> answer to this....
>> For my MTA, I use qmail, which i installed from src, and it works grand. I
> then went and installed mutt by downloading the .deb package and using dpkg
> to install it. No problems and everything works grand.....except, the next
> time I go back to use dselect, it keeps trying to remove mutt as as far as
> it's conecerned there is no MTA installed on my machine.
>> Is there anyway to tell dpkg not to keep trying to remove mutt? that i'm
> aware it thinks there's no MTA on my system but that I'm ok with that ?
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