[ic] Interchange on Debian

Scott Martin smartin at steamvalve.com
Tue Oct 12 11:45:12 EDT 2004

Jamie Neil wrote:
> Stefan Hornburg wrote:
>>>> I don't think unstable will any better in that respect. This a bug in
>>>> DBI/DBD::mysql which needs to be tracked down.
>>> So at the moment I can only run IC/MySQL on Woody? That kind of 
>>> limits my options :(
>> The alternatives are to install Perl from source. Debian packages with
>> unthreaded Perl have been offered on this list as well.
> Sorry - my bad. I thought you were saying that there were problems on 
> Sarge other than the well know threaded Perl issues. If it's just a 
> matter of compiling a non threaded perl then that's fine.
> Thanks,

There are two ways to do it:
  1. Modify the /etc/apt/sources file to point to
             then run apt-get update
             next run apt-get install interchange
       Watch for the packages the apt wants to install
           it should bring the:
             a) interchange
             b) interchange-ui
             c) interchange-cat-foundation
Since interchange-cat-foundation is an optional package
   it may have to be installed by itself the same way as above.
             d) libapache-mod-interchange
Do not panic if things do not seem do work first time, because
there may be some dependency problems.
If problems persist, here is the second method: BY HAND
    you need to download all the packages (from Debian's site)
    unless you have your own mirror.
Do this:

     dpkg -i --force-depends  package-name-here

force-depends is not usually needed but it overcomes any
possible problems.
packages are in order of installation (if I remember it right):

Then I Installed kitchen sink & everything worked very well


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