[ic] Debianized version of Interchange-Any tips or tricks
Tue, 13 Mar 2001 08:08:03 -0500
There are debs of interchange available at www.minivend.com
(or whatever it points to now) Frankly, if you are going
to do anything serious with it, make your own package or
just install it from tarball. It's easy and you can't afford
the possiblity of any upgrade touching it. Nowadays it's
the only thing we keep out of the package manager.
On Mon, Oct 16, 2000 at 12:10:49PM -0500, John Foster wrote:
> I just tried to convert the RH6 version of Akopia Interchange 4.5.7 to a
> Debian installation via Alien on a Potato system. I seemed to work and
> installed OK, but Interchange did not work. Also the Debian package
> manager removed it all without any problems. The main areas of
> contention seem to be where Debian interprets the file installation
> locations and local permissions. If anyone has successfully accomplished
> this please reply with any advise that you may provide. Thanks
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