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Old 18th January 2006, 04:00
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Default Debian xlispstat Installation

Can anyone suggest why xlispstat is listed as a needed package in the Debian 'Perfect Setup' HOWTO? I can't find references to it in ISPConfig itself and would frankly rather avoid it unless it is of great benefit, mainly because it brings with it a bunch of X11 prerequisites I could do without.

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Old 18th January 2006, 06:08
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I'm not quite sure anymore, because I wrote the tutorial some time ago, but I think that one of the Perl packages at the end was complaining if xlispstat wasn't installed.
You can try without that package, but if the Perl packages at the end cannot be installed because something's missing, then install xlispstat.
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