Re: Wich e-mail server to choose?
On Sun February 15 2009, Florian Kulzer wrote:
> The first three lines of the "dpkg -l" output tell you what the
> abbreviations mean. The ASCII art lines of pipes and slashes indicate
> which information is at each position (first "desired", then "status",
> then "error") and the capitalized letters point out how each possible
> value is abbreviated.
I thought the significance was the "n7".. srry I missed that. So it isn't "rc"
it is r=removed c=config, meaning I didn't purge that package.
when I do an apt-cache search , sometines I see rc, and just thougth it was
> A Package with "rc " has "Desired=Remove", "Status=Cfg-files" and no
> errors (since there is no third letter). This means that you had the
> package installed at some point, that you then removed it without
> purging the configuration files, and that there were no problems
> encountered during the removal.
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