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Old 10-27-2003, 04:36 PM   #1
cirofren
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Unable to configure new packages when upgrading.


Hi, I'm trying to upgrade my packages (debain woody) to the lastest versions. Usually I just run dselect and hit update. However this time I ran into a horde of errors where it would say that it couldn't install anything because kdelibs3 wasn't configured.
I exited that and ran "dpkg --configure kdelibs3" but it wouldn't configure because kdelibs3-bin isn't configured. "dpkg -configure kdelibs3-bin" won't work because kdelibs3 isn't configured. This is just one big loop.

Is there a way to manually configure these files or another way to get around this problem?

The exact output is here.


Thanks for your time,
- cirofren
 
  


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