Originally Posted by Trigger911
If you look in the slapt-get faq usually in:
you will find info about sources that can be used. Also check:
/usr/doc/ slapt-get version number/FAQ
for more info on valid sources YES you can use a dvd/cd/local file as the source if you so choose.
In your slapt-getrc file you would edit the source list to point to your file and comment the other sources out so that it will pull from the local file only.
Just remember that in Slackware/BT the dependencies are not installed for you,you must do this manually and it must be done first. :cool:
Your right to a extent however /mnt/dvd as a source will not really work in his situation unless he was only after a .tgz file or some other archive. Once a makeinstall is done the files could be in any number of places.
Originally Posted by pureh@te
I was thinking along the lines of someone doing some type of company wide upgrade or something and wanted to use a local server as the source or maybe a home user using another computer as the source through samba or some weird stuff like that.
I have problem with keys:/
When i write:
RetrievingGPG key xxx.slackware.pl/pub/slackware/slackware-current/]...Cached
GPGME: Invalid crypto engine
GPG key could not be imported.
If you would have bothered to read the whole thread you would know the answer to your issue.
I have this problem,how to fix it...thanks.......
bt ~ # slapt-get --upgrade
Reading Package Lists... Done
Excluding amarok, use --ignore-dep to override
Excluding gnupg2, use --ignore-dep to override
Excluding libextractor, use --ignore-dep to override
Excluding ruby, use --ignore-dep to override
Excluding sox, use --ignore-dep to override
Excluding vlc, use --ignore-dep to override
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
amarok: Depends: libkarma >= 0.1.0-i486-1
gnupg2: Depends: pth >= 2.0.7-i486-1
libextractor: Depends: libtool >= 1.5.24-i486-1
ruby: Depends: db44 >= 4.4.20-i486-2
sox: Depends: libtool >= 1.5.24-i486-1
vlc: Depends: aalib >= 1.4rc5-i486-2
The following packages have been EXCLUDED:
alsa-lib alsa-oss alsa-utils amarok gnupg2 libextractor ruby sox vlc
The following NEW packages will be installed:
libmowgli libdvdcss libdvdread libmpcdec sqlite libmikmod
The following packages will be upgraded:
audacious cdrdao flash-player-plugin flex fuse graphviz slapt-get gslapt
id3lib jre k3b k3b-i18n kplayer libsigc++ mono mozilla-firefox-en-us
ndiswrapper ntfs-3g parted postgresql psyco pycairo pygtk pysqlite
recordmydesktop rrdtool smb4k wine xchat xmms
30 upgraded, 6 newly installed, 0 to remove and 9 not upgraded.
Need to get 68.2MB/135.0MB of archives.
After unpacking 67.5MB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue? [y/N] y
Get http://darkstar.ist.utl.pt/slackware/addon/slacky/slackware-12.0/ libsigc++ 2.0.18-i686-1as [0.0kB]Get http://darkstar.ist.utl.pt/slackware/addon/slacky/slackware-12.0/ libsigc++ 2.0.18-i686-1as [1.8MB]...Done
Failed to download: Missing MD5 checksum, override with --no-md5
Now i fix it...
slapt-get --upgrade --no-md5
Originally Posted by RageLtMan
Does anyone know the fix for this. i have removed gslapt several times and reinstalled it from slapt and also i have tried to install it from the modules pages on slax's page.
I have also Googled the error with no results.:confused:
still when i start it from the terminal gives me the error above.
If i am missing some thing in the thread that is the fix i apologize in advance, i have been know to miss something that i am staring right at.:o
What are you doing when this happens? are you typing "gslapt" from the command line or what?
Originally Posted by Sigurd
If so then you should see that the slapt-get gui pops up onto your computer allowing you to download packages.
Or are you using at the command line "slapt-get" ??
I am typing gslapt at the command prompt. Once gslapt comes up and i try to run update it run for a few and then it will crash with the message in the command prompt "gslapt: symbol lookup error: gslapt: undefined symbol: slapt_init_source_list"