Re: [alpine-user] Unable to install 3.8 Samba package due to cross-dependency of packages [SB]
To my knowledge, you can extract an APK package using tar. I would suggest to extract samba-common-libs-4.8.2-r1.apk at root directory, and then install samba-client.
Hope this helps.
> On 12 Jul 2018, at 13:27, Senior, Ian <ian.senior_at_serco.com> wrote:
> Classification: Serco Business
> I am attempting to install Alpine Linux 3.8 aarch64 Samba onto an embedded system that does not have internet access.
> I have manually loaded 80% of the packages required for samba, but have hit a roadblock at the following two packages
> o samba-common-libs-4.8.2-r1.apk
> o samba-client-libs-4.8.2-r1.apk
> Unfortunately each of the above packages depends on the other, so I am unable to load either of them.
> Is there another way I can get these loaded, or can you update the release with the “libevents-samba4.so” library moved out of the “samba-common-libs” package and into for example “samba-libs-4.8.2-r1.apk” which would break the cyclic dependency.
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