I have created debian package XYZ.
It has control file which look's like
Package: XYZ Version: 1.0 Section: kernel Priority: optional Architecture: i386 Depends: Installed-Size: 1024
I just have a question ,
When I build this package on some machine it say's
dpkg-deb: building package XYZ:i386. But when I build same package on some other machine It says
dpkg-deb: building package XYZ. Why this difference?
On deinstallation I am facing same issue the package which was build with name XYZ:i386 requires
dpkg -r XYZ:i386to uninstall it .why?
Cant we just say dpkg -r XYZ?