Joined: Jan. 2004
||Posted: June 16 2005,14:27
OT, I just had a look at Luit, and got excited 'cause it said it had the GIMP and Scribus... but all to no avail, these are not in the base CD, you have to add another 50meg extension to it. So DSL is still ruling.
I only got interested because I thought it had these apps in the base 50meg iso, which is only relevant to me in the past few days as I finally tracked down some 50MB biz-card CDs. Normally I make a MyDSL mini-CD, so DSL tweaks nicely to suit my requirements, but after booting up a plain vanilla DSL, I realised how much I miss my DSL extensions. Oh well, I guess the biz-card will only really be used for emergency boots anyway, will carry it in my wallet, any other time I'll use the ever-so-nice MyDSL extended versions...
Sorry for hi-jacking the thread.
Oh, I'm thinking maybe Luit is behind the 8-ball with the dpkg package, the one it's linking to may be outdated? You seem to be doubling up on the effort - I'd first try only using the dsl-dpkg.dsl, don't know if Luit uses mydsl extensions or not, if so, in emelfm just click it and install, before running sudo apt-get update (bear in mind it's been over a year since I last used apt...)
Might also want to install the gnu-utils package first, just in case.
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