[PlanetCCRMA] apt problem

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Dec 27 12:35:03 2002

> > > having a bit of trouble finding kernel-up..
> > what does it say if you type "apt-get install kernel-up"?
> [root@moss alla]# apt-get --simulate install kernel-up
> Reading Package Lists... Done
> Collecting File Provides... Done
> Building Dependency Tree... Done
> Package kernel-up is a virtual package provided by:
>   kernel-up#2.4.19-1.ll@i386 2.4.19-1.ll
>   kernel-up#2.4.19-1.ll@i386 2.4.19-1.ll
> You should explicitly select one to install.
> E: Package kernel-up has no installation candidate
> Thankyou for the suggestion.  I changed the @i686 to @i386 and the
> original command worked.. (the online docs say i686, should there
> have been an i686 version on the redplanet-20021113-i386-8.0-up.img?)

Hmmm, what machine do you have? What is the processor? Most probably apt
detects it is not a "i686" architecture processor and then does not show
that as a choice. I should put something to that effect in the install
documentation. Sorry for the trouble...

-- Fernando