On Thu, Apr 26, 2001 at 11:04:52AM +0200, Deim Agoston came forth with:
> Hello !
>> I'm trying to install postgresql 7.1 under potato. So I downloaded
> the dsc, tar.gz and .diff files from the unstable distribution via
> apt-get (apt-get source postgresql) and started to install it.
> I use debian/rules. But it says not to find tkConfig.sh. It complained
> about tclConfig.sh too but after installing the dev package of tcl it
> doesn't say this anymore. But I installed the libgtk1.2-dev and nothing
> changed( yes, the file really isn't there). Where can I find it. apt-cache
tkConfig will be in one of the tk packages...
tk8.2-dev for example
or tk8.0-dev (dunno what the differences are)
postgresql isn't available on stable?
ah, stable only has 6.53 (same as testing).
mixing stable and unstable may not be a great idea, it may be looking for
stuff that is only in unstable.
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