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Old 10th April 2006, 05:12
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Default Xen Debian 3 lib depenency errors

Hi all,

I installed the how-to for xen 3 debian 3, and then after I created the dom1 and used debootstrap to configure it, but it installs the testing packages when I do this, the perfect debian 3 install (to use with ISPconfig) won't work, because it requires the use stable libraries.

How can I just create an empty image for dom1 and then use stable sources for the install rather than testing? Otherwise I'm having trouble with

libdb3++-dev: Depends: libdb3-dev (= 3.2.9-22) but 3.2.9-25 is to be installed

and similar errors for libsasl2, perl issues and about 4 other libraries for the install. So there is no way I can install postfix, bind9, apache or spamassassin without library errors. Any help would be appreciated

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It's mentioned here: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_xen3_debian_p4
You must replace testing with stable in /etc/apt/sources.list.
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Hmm, I followed that exactly, but I still have a bunch of lib problems, I've done this twice. I edited the /etc/apt/sources.list per the how to, but it still looks like it's installing later packages than in the how to. I've noticed that when I ps aux|grep libsasl and some of the other libs included in the install, and I think they are there even before I apt-get install all the apache and other packages, can I just delete the libs that I already have and install apache and other packages without attempting to install them?

here's what I get when I run ps aux|grep

xen1:/# ps aux|grep libsasl
root 29749 0.0 0.8 1900 568 pts/0 R+ 07:11 0:00 grep libsasl

Or is there a way I can just boot off the cdrom or mount it (debian cd #1) and install things per the perfect Debian 3 install (for use to install ISPconfig later)

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here's what I get when I run ps aux|grep

xen1:/# ps aux|grep libsasl
root 29749 0.0 0.8 1900 568 pts/0 R+ 07:11 0:00 grep libsasl
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What's in /etc/apt/sources.list?
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