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Grub Menu will appear if you press and hold Shift during loading Grub, then select the distro you want to boot into. More info HERE
I can find solution: Depends: linux-headers-generic [uname -r]
I suggest that your dependency be linux-headers-generic since, if it is installed, the headers for the currently running kernel, no matter what it is, are also installed.
Use: Depends: linux-headers-18.104.22.168-generic (>= 3.13.00.77), linux-headers-22.214.171.124-generic (<< 3.13.00.78) $(uname -r) in this case does'nt cut it.
There is an automatic process to create the debugging packages that you are after with 2 aims: Spare developers the need to produce a separate package Save space for mirrored repositories This process creates the .ddeb files that you are looking at. To confuse the issue older debug packages will still be available for the foreseeable future with the .deb ...
I ran into this issue as well. This is what I've come up with: You'll want to override the dh_installinit and dh_systemd_start, this is an example from my network bridge service: #!/usr/bin/make -f PKGDIR=debian/tmp %: dh $@ --with systemd override_dh_installinit: dh_systemd_enable -popenstack --name=openstack openstack.service ...
From the official Debian package management page: "Recommends" This declares a strong, but not absolute, dependency. Most users would not want the package unless all of the packages listed in this field are installed. "Suggests" This declares a weak dependency. Many users of this package may benefit from installing packages listed in ...
Unfortunately there is no direct mapping /etc/debian_version as mentioned in Jacob's answer gives a rough idea but it only really reflects one package and said package is a package that is locally modified in Ubuntu so won't be automatically pulled in from Debian. In particular Ubuntu is often ahead of Debian on core packages like libc6. Trying to install a ...
Simply install the same packages as for 64-bit, but append :i386 onto the package name. For example, libqt5webkit5:i386. To compile against the libraries, you'll also need the appropriate i386 version of the appropriate -dev packages.
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