Re: Sarge Upgrade DEBOCLE ! ! !
Brian Kimsey-Hickman wrote:
Ummm... I'm a relative newbie to the debian world, but I've got to
admit that I've found it to be more stable than many "commercial"
software packages, both of the windoze variety as well as commercial
unix packages (supported SunOs, Solaris2.x, and HP-ux 11.x). I've also
found the "Debian Community" to be as helpful as "paid" support that
I've had in the past.
Help me please!
I have mistakenly trusted the Debian community and upgraded to Sarge
and it is a DISASTER.
HOW COULD YOU HAVE DONE THIS TO US ! ! !
(Reading database ... 70119 files and directories currently installed.)
Removing xserver-rage128 ...
sed: can't read /etc/X11/Xserver: No such file or directory
dpkg: error processing xserver-rage128 (--remove):
subprocess post-removal script returned error exit status 2
Errors were encountered while processing:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Some errors occurred while unpacking. I'm going to configure the
packages that were installed. This may result in duplicate errors
or errors caused by missing dependencies. This is OK, only the errors
above this message are important. Please fix them and run [I]nstall again
Press enter to continue.
installation script returned error exit status 100.
Press <enter> to continue.
I have ties "-", "_", "=" in dselect to no avial.
How can I fix this?
Slashdot has written how 30% of Sarge upgrades are failing.
THIS IS INEXCUSABLE ! ! !
Of course, this has nothing to do with your quesion/problem but I just
thought that I would point out that no one is paying the "Debian
Community" to put out this product and insulting the "Debian Community"
certainly isn't going to get you any closer to a solution.