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Old 10-13-2007, 11:57 AM   #1
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ia32-lib-firefox does not exist, package manager broken


Swiftweasle32 depends on ia32-lib-firefox, but that package does not exist. Synaptic and apt say that they are broken. Swiftweasle32 works just fine without that package that does not exist in the repositories. How can I get the package manager not to complain about a missing package that does not exist and still keep Swiftweasle?
 
  


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