I think the multiarch changes in Ubuntu 11.10 prevent this from working correctly
From the 11.10 release notes (i'm not allowed to use links in this forum....)
"Ubuntu 11.10 provides "multiarch" support for installing 32-bit library and application packages on 64-bit systems. For all amd64 installs and upgrades, select 32-bit software (like Skype and Flash), will now be installable directly using the same 32-bit packages that are used on i386 installations. You are not required to install the ia32-libs compatibility package. For users, this change means that the 32-bit libraries will always be available at the same time as their 64-bit counterparts, even in the case of security updates, and users will only need to install those 32-bit libraries required by the user's application(s). "
sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture --force-depends kerio-control-vpnclient-###-linux.deb
sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
As mentioned the application does work - however I can't update/install any packages (without removing the vpn client package)
So - it works but breaks apt-get...
sudo apt-get upgrade Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these.
The following packages have unmet dependencies.
kerio-control-vpnclient:i386 : Depends: openssl:i386 but it is not installed
Depends: procps:i386 but it is not installed
E: Unmet dependencies. Try using -f.
If I try to use
apt-get -f install it removes kerio-control-vpnclient:i386
I did have a previous thread here (I can't link..)
As mentioned I can install kerio vpn client however in doing so it breaks apt-get - I have to remove the package to use apt-get..
How to fix this nightmare?
Are packages for other distros coming soon ?
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