I like using 'dselect' to get a summary and hierarchy of available packages. I've installed it, but am experiencing an error. Never had a problem like this with other Debian Distros. Removing/Re-installing doesn't fix it.

Thanks,

Print Out:

root@bt:/pentest/exploits/SET# dselect
I see you already have a source list.
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deb SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce main microverse macroverse restricted universe multiverse
#deb Index of /repotest ./ # BackTrack Devel Repository
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Do you wish to overwrite it? [y/N] n
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce Release.gpg
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce Release
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce/main Packages
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce/microverse Packages
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce/macroverse Packages
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce/restricted Packages
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce/universe Packages
Hit SUN Backtrack Linux Repository pwnsauce/multiverse Packages
Reading package lists... Done
Merging available information
Replacing available packages info, using /var/cache/apt/available.
dpkg: parse error, in file `/var/cache/apt/available' near line 176472 package `ssidsniff':
newline in field name `.'

update available list script returned error exit status 2.
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