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lsmac errors
Authored by: sveinbjorn on Apr 09, '03 05:34:26PM
I'm the author of lsmac. I posted this "hint" a while ago and in the meantime lsmac has gone up to version 0.3, which should fix a lot of those "Error -35: getting file reference from path" errors. Also, file size is listed by default (in human readable format) in this new version.

Lots of additional features are planned, so stay tuned. If you have Fink installed, you should be able to keep up with the latest release since lsmac is part of the Fink "unstable" group of packages.

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lsmac errors
Authored by: gmackenz on Apr 09, '03 06:45:02PM

I don't see lsmac in fink. I did 'link apropos lsmac' and the search returned nothing. What am I doing wrong?



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lsmac errors
Authored by: at_sym on Apr 09, '03 08:11:58PM
He said it's in the unstable tree, so unless you've added unstable/main and unstable/crypto to your Trees: line, you won't see it. Here's how to install a package from the unstable tree.

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