On 5/3/07, Bonnie Dalzell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> For reasons I will not trouble you with I had to reinstall Ubuntu Edgie
> (6.10) on both my laptop and desktop yesterday. So this morning I went
> to put Freedos-dosemu back on both computers. did the laptoo first
> using synaptic package manger. then went to do the desktop (this is
> maybe 3 minutes later) using synaptic package manager. Got an error
> saying:
> Could not mark all packages for installation or upgrade
> The following packages have unresolvable dependencies. Make sure that all
> required repositories are added and enabled in the preferences.
> dosemu-freedos:
> Depends: dosemu but it is not installable
> I have checked the repositories and they are all selected in
> synaptic. Any idea what is going on?

I remember had problems with dosemu under Ubuntu 6.06. Finally I had
compiled it from source and then it worked fine (dosemu 1.3.4).
Dosemu 1.3.5 with Freedos 1.0 has been released very recently, you may
want to try them (http://www.dosemu.org).

Anyway, the mailing list of dosemu would probably be a better place
for your question. If the problem is confirmed, you should also file a
bug on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/ after having verified if
it's not already filed to avoid duplicates.

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