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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 07:04
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Do not install dkms, see my post above. We prefer amd recommend our own tool called dmakms.
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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 07:54
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      ckosloff wrote:

dunno because I was using Linux Mint Main which is based on Ubuntu, not Debian.


Oh boy, here we go ...

ATTENTION all former UBUNTU fanboys

UBUNTU IS BASED ON DEBIAN, WITHOUT DEBIAN UBUNTU WOULD NOT EXIST

ubuntu is NOT linux, ubuntu is a DEBIAN based distro.

This kills me everytime I turn around and see this, it is a very common thing in ubuntu land, it actually hurts when I see this crap on forums.

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 12:54



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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 13:30



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@ piper:
I don't appreciate the word "crap", it is disrespectful.
Calling me "fanboy" is unnecessary and derogatory.
I never said that Ubuntu was Debian or Linux, on the contrary.
When you say that Ubuntu is a Debian-based distro, that is a basic truism not even worth mentioning.
There is a Linux Mint Debian Edition, so it is quite clear that they are not the same.
What's the matter with you?
Every time you hear the word "Ubuntu" you feel an irresistible urge to jump on the person who uttered it?
Please be civil and stay on topic.
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 13:43



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@ slam:
So, would it be OK to install version ...73507 (Oracle) from your repos and also dmakms from same sources?
Then there would not be any need to install guest-additions-iso, which you also mentioned, and which conflicts.
I could stay only in your repos, without adding virtualbox.org, right?

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 16:06
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No.

1. The version from oracle is not split, you just need those ... OR ...
2. The version in the Debian repos is split, you need to install the guest addition iso extra
3. dmakms is provided by our aptosid repo, so don't install -dkms (there's a difference)

The steps would be after an "apt-get update":
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apt-get install dmakms virtualbox-source virtualbox-qt virtualbox-guest-additions-iso

Then:
      Code:
m-a a-i virtualbox-source

Then I'm not sure, in old times you had to do:
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service vboxdrv setup

Last step is setting up of dmakms for automatic kernel module building:
      Code:
echo virtualbox-source >> /etc/default/dmakms

That should do it, and I hope I did not forget anything ...

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Post subject: Re: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 22.08.2011, 20:12
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      ckosloff wrote:
@ piper:
I don't appreciate the word "crap", it is disrespectful.
Calling me "fanboy" is unnecessary and derogatory.
I never said that Ubuntu was Debian or Linux, on the contrary.
When you say that Ubuntu is a Debian-based distro, that is a basic truism not even worth mentioning.
There is a Linux Mint Debian Edition, so it is quite clear that they are not the same.
What's the matter with you?
Every time you hear the word "Ubuntu" you feel an irresistible urge to jump on the person who uttered it?
Please be civil and stay on topic.


There is nothing wrong with me

Was this or was this NOT quoted by you
      ckosloff wrote:

dunno because I was using Linux Mint Main which is based on Ubuntu, not Debian.

Do you understand where I am coming from ?
      ckosloff wrote:
Every time you hear the word "Ubuntu" you feel an irresistible urge to jump on the person who uttered it?

Having been to the ub forums many times, many have no clue that ubuntu is debian *based*
( i say that with a grain of salt,because ub is not binary compatible with debian) and is like the blind leading the blind. Nor do they think outside of ubuntu, ubuntu is not *linux*
      ckosloff wrote:
Please be civil and stay on topic.

I was and still am on topic, in fact, I was correcting your mistake
      ckosloff wrote:

dunno because I was using Linux Mint Main which is based on Ubuntu, not Debian.


How is that not civil ?

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 23.08.2011, 01:25



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@ piper:
Usage of words like "crap" and "fanboy" are disrespectful and should not be used by a moderator.
You have to understand the following:
there are two (2) Linux Mint editions:
1.
Main, based on Ubuntu, offered in different flavours: LXDE, XFCE, KDE, Gnome.
2.
Debian edition, based on...well, Debian, offered with Gnome or XFCE. This is a rolling distro that points to Wheezy, not Sid.
So, I think that I have made it clear enough that even you can understand what I said.
If you want to continue flooding this thread with off-topic rants, I won't queue any more to your behaviour.

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@hubi:
I understand that Oracle version is not split, and the dfsg in repo is.
However, the Oracle version is also in repo, and it has a higher version number, so I would like to keep that one.
Now, if I follow your code:
apt-get install dmakms virtualbox-source virtualbox-qt virtualbox-guest-additions-iso,
it will attempt to uninstall Oracle version, and install dfsg.
This is getting complicated because apparently I cannot do both: install dmakms and keep Oracle version.
If this is at all possible I would like to do it, if not, I guess that I will have to go the dfsg route all the way.
Comments?

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Post subject: Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: RE: No-pubkey error on virtualbox repo  PostPosted: 23.08.2011, 05:37
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      ckosloff wrote:
@ piper:
Usage of words like "crap" and "fanboy" are disrespectful and should not be used by a moderator.
You have to understand the following:
there are two (2) Linux Mint editions:
1.
Main, based on Ubuntu, offered in different flavours: LXDE, XFCE, KDE, Gnome.
2.
Debian edition, based on...well, Debian, offered with Gnome or XFCE. This is a rolling distro that points to Wheezy, not Sid.
So, I think that I have made it clear enough that even you can understand what I said.
If you want to continue flooding this thread with off-topic rants, I won't queue any more to your behaviour.


I am going to take the above with a grain of salt and chuckle as it seems you are very new to linux and/or debian

UBUNTU (no matter what flavour) = DEBIAN

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ubuntu (pronounced /uˈbuntuː/)[5][6] is a computer operating system based on the Debian GNU/Linux distribution. Ubuntu is a fork of the Debian project's codebase it's
first release was on 20 October 2004.

I am not flooding this thread with off-topic rants, in fact, I am correcting your misleading thoughts you have on what ubuntu is and you are giving new users FALSE information and we don't want/need that here on the forums.

It seems to me you have no clue, thats ok, you can learn, we were all new at one time, if your not new, my jaw just dropped to the floor.

Again, I am correcting your mistakes.So, I think that I have made it clear enough that even YOU can understand what I said. I believe google will help you even more on this subject, please use it.

If you don't like the words "crap" and "fanboy" I believe you shouldn't be using the internet period.

end of conversation and I stand corrected.

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Besides the $buntu/mint/etc. stuff - which is off topic and should end here - let's clarify the topic:

Virtualbox is properly and timely maintained and packaged in Debian, in a orderly way which allows clean upgrades and co-operation with the rest of Debian. There is no "better" or newer version ind the repositories Oracle provides, just the same source, but less well packaged (the conflict you experinence is a proof for that). So, remove the Oracle packages, and install virtualbox the way already described above.

The only thing you can optionally domwload from there is the the closed source extension pack for guest usb support.

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Hi slam,
never installed from Oracle repo, not in aptosid.
The conflict is in your own repo, where both versions are, the one provided by Oracle for Debian, and the dfsg one.
As said before, the one tagged Oracle has a higher version number.
Apparently this version conflicts with other necessary or recommended packages.
I have no qualms in removing it and installing the dfsg one.
But, if it conflicts, and serves no purpose because it has the same source, it should be removed from repo.
Why create confusion, right?

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There is no "0racle version" in Debian or Aptosid repos. Debian contains just version 4.1.0-dfsg-2.
Remove all repositories added to etc/apt/sources*, run apt-get update and re-check again.
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      ckosloff wrote:
Hi slam,
never installed from Oracle repo, not in aptosid.
The conflict is in your own repo, where both versions are, the one provided by Oracle for Debian, and the dfsg one.
As said before, the one tagged Oracle has a higher version number.
Apparently this version conflicts with other necessary or recommended packages.
I have no qualms in removing it and installing the dfsg one.
But, if it conflicts, and serves no purpose because it has the same source, it should be removed from repo.
Why create confusion, right?

There is no Oracle version
      Code:
imvirt - detects several virtualizations
libimvirt-perl - Perl module for detecting several virtualizations
libvirt-bin - programs for the libvirt library
libvirt-dev - development files for the libvirt library
libvirt-doc - documentation for the libvirt library
libvirt0 - library for interfacing with different virtualization systems
libvirt0-dbg - library for interfacing with different virtualization systems
python-libvirt - libvirt Python bindings
virtualbox - x86 virtualization solution - base binaries
virtualbox-dbg - x86 virtualization solution - debugging symbols
virtualbox-dkms - x86 virtualization solution - kernel module sources for dkms
virtualbox-fuse - x86 virtualization solution - virtual filesystem
virtualbox-guest-dkms - x86 virtualization solution - guest addition module source for dkms
virtualbox-guest-source - x86 virtualization solution - guest addition module source
virtualbox-guest-utils - x86 virtualization solution - non-X11 guest utilities
virtualbox-guest-x11 - x86 virtualization solution - X11 guest utilities
virtualbox-ose - transitional package for virtualbox
virtualbox-ose-dbg - transitional package for virtualbox-dbg
virtualbox-ose-dkms - transitional package for virtualbox-dkms
virtualbox-ose-fuse - transitional package for virtualbox-fuse
virtualbox-ose-guest-dkms - transitional package for virtualbox-guest-dkms
virtualbox-ose-guest-source - transitional package for virtualbox-guest-source
virtualbox-ose-guest-utils - transitional package for virtualbox-guest-utils
virtualbox-ose-guest-x11 - transitional package for virtualbox-guest-x11
virtualbox-ose-qt - transitional package for virtualbox-qt
virtualbox-ose-source - transitional package for virtualbox-source
virtualbox-qt - x86 virtualization solution - Qt based user interface
virtualbox-source - x86 virtualization solution - kernel module source
xmount - tool to crossmount between multiple input and output harddisk images
virtualbox-guest-additions - transitional package for virtualbox-guest-additions-iso
virtualbox-guest-additions-iso - guest additions iso image for VirtualBox
virtualbox-modules-3.0-3.slh.1-aptosid-amd64 - VirtualBox modules for Linux (kernel 3.0-3.slh.1-aptosid-amd64)


You must have added another source to your lists.

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      ckosloff wrote:

1.
The above mentioned virtualbox-4.1_4.1.2-73507~Debian~squeeze...according to architecture.

That's the name of virtualbox in Oracle's repositories.
You must have this source:
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deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian squeeze contrib

in your /etc/apt/sources.list
Comment it or delete it. Then install the vbox from Debian's repos.

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