Comment 2 for bug 882601

Todd A. Jacobs (codegnome) wrote :

The package is broken because the Debian control file now requires fuse instead of fuse-utils. A patch is attached, but users can fix this themselves by rebuilding the package against Ubuntu 11.04's fuse-utils with the following script:

mkdir -p ~/src
cd ~/src

sudo aptitude install build-essential devscripts debian-archive-keyring libfuse-dev libarchive-dev
apt-get source archivemount
gpg --keyring /usr/share/keyrings/debian-archive-keyring.gpg --verify *dsc

cd archivemount-0.6.1
cat << EOF | patch -p0
--- debian/control
+++ debian/control
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@

 Package: archivemount
 Architecture: linux-any
-Depends: \${shlibs:Depends}, \${misc:Depends}, fuse (>=2.8.5-2)
+Depends: \${shlibs:Depends}, \${misc:Depends}, fuse-utils (>=2.8.4-1.4ubuntu1)
 Description: mounts an archive for access as a file system
  archivemount is a FUSE based file system for Unix variants, including Linux.
  Its purpose is to mount archives to a mount point where it can be read from
dch --nmu 'Depend on fuse-utils instead of fuse on Oneiric Ocelot.'

cd ..
sudo dpkg -i archivemount_0.6.1-2.1_amd64.deb