Story is that one or several packages are lacking of dependencies to
satisfy red-carpet, you might therefore check on any single package
listed to know what's missing or roughly deleting packages not needed.
That's the way I fixed it. I don't say it's clever or dumb, that's just
my way :)
On 24 Apr 2001 17:14:36 +0100, John P. Looney wrote:
> What's the story with Red Carpet ?
>> I tried to install 1.0, and it wanted to remove 27 packages - everything
> from samba to python. And install Mysql, over my MySQL-supplied install.
>> On Glen, it asked him to remove XFree86 to satisfied dependancies!
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