Le Tue, 18 Feb 2003 18:57:05 +0100, tu as ecrit : >Why are the original package lists from the CDs even necessary? Each .deb has >enough info in its control file to rebuild the Packages lists and frankly I >don't care how the .debs are organised, as long as they can be found >afterwards.
Est-ce que tu as essayé dpkg-scanpackages ? NAME dpkg-scanpackages - create Packages files SYNOPSIS dpkg-scanpackages binarydir overridefile [pathprefix] > Packages DESCRIPTION dpkg-scanpackages sorts through a tree of Debian binary packages and creates a Packages file, used by dselect(8) to tell the user what packages are available for installa tion. These Packages files are the same as those found on Debian archive sites and CD-ROMs. You might use dpkg- scanpackages yourself if making a directory of local pack ages to install on a cluster of machines. Fred. -- http://www-internal.alphanet.ch/linux-leman/ avant de poser une question. Ouais, pour se désabonner aussi.