#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 00:41 and 00:50

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pickcoderGuerin: it's been that way since I can remember
Guerinit used to be so, but then was changed, was it not
?
Harzileini looked at lsh-server/client, those don't have a similar dependency
pickcoderbut I couldn't care less, since I use ssh client and sshd on every box I've ever installed
dondelelcaroHarzilein: that's because they've split them out into lsh-utils
Harzileinhm
Guerini used lsh on a box for a while, didn't notice an incredible amount of difference
dondelelcaroin any event, if you care, you can file a wishlist bug
peterSHarzilein: considering that almost everybody _does_ want openssh-client, I suppose the maintainer feels it isn't worth the trouble to split it into _three_ packages just for a measly 1.5 MB disk space savings for those 3 or 4 people like you who don't want the client
Harzileindondelelcaro: well, than it reasy sounds reasonable to ask them for -util
dondelelcaroHarzilein: you can ask, but don't expect it to be granted, because so few people would want to install -server and not -client.
wyatt_earpI'm trying to make a clone of a system that's far away. i've gotten all the installed packages AND versions from one of my systems, how can install those specific packages and versions on another system using apt-get?
Harzileindondelelcaro: yeah, i'll just add that lsh does it too and it would be more consistent that way
peterSconsistent? who cares?
dondelelcarolsh is a real addon; I wouldn't be surprised if many people using lshc actually had openssh-client installed too
peterSpackage splits have no tradition of consistency in debian
dondelelcaroesp. since only openssh-client provides /usr/bin/ssh
SupaplexpeterS: yea, it's called consistant inconsistency :)
dondelelcarowyatt_earp: you'll have to use aptitude --schedule-only install foopkg=vooversion; then aptitude install;
peterSSupaplex: I don't know if your inconsistent spelling of 'consist{a,e}*' was on purpose but if so that was subtle
dondelelcarowyatt_earp: actually writing xargs pipe to do that is fairly trivial.
wyatt_earpexcellent, that's what i was looking for
Supaplex:)
wyatt_earpi kept trying to pipe it to apt-get
and it was just bugging out on me
pickcoderantum: how did you configure squirrelmail for IMAP.. I.E. paste the config main screen in a pastebin
SupaplexI blame my high I/O load average. ;) (stilly keyboard i/o controller)
er silly*
dondelelcarowyatt_earp: you may also have to go back into aptitude and deal with broken packages unless all of the packages are currently available.
peterSdo real estate agents run 'apt.-find'?
antumpickcoder, onto it now
Here's the Server Settings: http://pastebin.ca/364454
wyatt_earpif they aren't available, is there a way i can packup all everyone on the existing system for installation on to the new one?
Azarhmmm the envy honorables, is the darn envy of the fencers again against Debian community: http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/?p=945
antumpickcoder I've just pasted the IMAP setting inthere too
pickcoder Oh, its started a different post: http://pastebin.ca/364456
AzarI think the guy is calling Debian Developers community "amateurs" ofcourse refering to the poor "marketing" skills..
pickcoderantum: does netstat say *:imap
Rusty1have there been any reports of a loss of iceweavel settings following a upgrade from unstable?

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