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R: Re: [trinity-users] R: Re: [trinity-users] HOW To configure in order to use apt-get ?

From: "daniele.manghi@..." <daniele.manghi@...>
Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2011 20:29:44 +0200 (CEST)

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: lisi.reisz@...
>Data: 24/08/2011 17.15
>A: <trinity-users@...>
>Ogg: Re: [trinity-users] R: Re: [trinity-users] HOW To  configure in order to 
use apt-get ?
>On Wednesday 24 August 2011 14:59:56 daniele.manghi@... wrote:
>> In my sources.list, everything is a comment, except the last line :
>> tags file:///usr/share/debtags/
>i.e. you haven't got a sources.list.  apt is therefore correct in saying 
>you have not got a particular package.  You haven't got any!
>What distro have you installed and how?  It rather looks as though you have 
>got Ubuntu of some sort or other, but how did you install it?  I have never 
>come across a Ubuntu installation (nor indeed any other) that was installed 
>with _no_ repositories.
>Dr. Klepp is right, if you have Ubuntu with GNOME you can set repositories 
>in Synaptic quite simply.
>In fact, there may be a simple way anyway.  Could you post the whole of your 
>sources.list, including the lines commented out?
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Yes, of course, here it is :

# Source locations to get tag database info
# You can specify more than one; during update, debtags will merge the 
# of all the sources.  The merged data can be found in
# /var/lib/debtags/package-tags and /var/lib/debtags/vocabulary.
# To contribute tags, please visit

# Reviewed tag data from the APT Packages file
#tags apt://

# Package rating from

# Regularly updated, but unchecked, database on the web
# If you plan to use Stable, please be aware that online tag
# databases are more likely to track Testing/Unstable; so be careful
# about downloading tags from them, and please check if tags are still
# accurate for current package versions before contributing them upstream

# Example of locally maintained custom tag data
# You can provide your own tag data.  To do so, place a file called
# vocabulary.gz and a file called tags-current.gz in a directory, and use the
# directory as a tag source.
# In the example given below, you would place the tag data in
# /etc/debtags/mytags/tags-current.gz, and the vocabulary data in
# /etc/debtags/mytags/vocabulary.gz
# The format of tags-current.gz is described in the tagcoll(1) manpage and the
# file is similar to /var/lib/debtags/package-tags.
# The format of vocabulary.gz is like the Debian Packages file, and the file 
# similar to /var/lib/debtags/vocabulary.
#tags file:/etc/debtags/mytags

tags file:///usr/share/debtags/
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(I've installed a binary release of Maverick+Trinity)