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Question about installing with upkg
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Not if it is an error on my part but I can't get it to work...
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 Question about installing with upkg
Junior Mitglied
 
 
 
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Ok, so I am trying to install wine via upkg... I tried to do so by running the following three commands:

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upkg-add wine
upkg-build wine
upkg-install wine


How ever to no avail it is telling me my system is "up to date" but wine is still not installed... Here is the console:

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[root@paldo-lintop:/home/jeff]# upkg-add wine
Generating script...
Writing script...
Executing script...
The following extra packages will be installed:
valgrind glade-3 anjuta meld

Do you want to continue? [Y/n] Y
Installing valgrind-3.3.1-1 (stable)...
Installing glade-3-3.5.6-1 (stable)...
Installing anjuta-2.24.2-1 (stable)...
Installing meld-1.2.1-1 (stable)...
Selecting paldo-desktop-20080908-1 (stable)...

[root@paldo-lintop:/home/jeff]# upkg-build wine
Generating script...
Writing script...
Executing script...
System already up-to-date.
[root@paldo-lintop:/home/jeff]# upkg-install wine
Generating script...
Writing script...
Executing script...
System already up-to-date.


Am I doing something wrong? Any input would be great

~Jeff Hoogland
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Created: 2009-04-07 05:39
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 Re: Question about installing with upkg
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wine is a x86-arch only package. seems you're using x86_64 arch.
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Created: 2009-04-16 18:04
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