Add something like:
look at /usr/share/doc/apt/examples/ for uh...examples.
On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 12:23:05PM +0000, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> Well I bit the bullet this morning and installed debian, and I
> must say, so for I like it. Anyway, I wanted to change the cdrom mount
> point from being /cdrom to /mnt/cdrom. I changed the fstab fine, but ym
> problem is that apt still expects to find the cdrom at /cdrom. I've looked
> in all the config file i can find, but no where does it seem to reference
> /cdrom. any pointers?
> Patient Voice - 'So why did we get "404 File Not Found"?'
> Blonde Voice - 'Because it didn't look hard enough?'
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