Bug#459344: /etc/cron.daily/apt exits with return code 1, despite being configured to do nothing
It only takes one hand to type. Fix it once, fix it for free, fix it for everyone, fix it forever. Have fun while you're at it.
On 1/9/08, Francesco Poli <email@example.com> wrote:
On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 12:21:51 -0500 Lord of, St. Luke Valor wrote:
> I have a suggestion.
> 1) Find any text you are able on UNIX
> 2) Read about cron
> It is possible that cron was implemented in such a way that it must be set
> to task. If the Anacron message bothers you, I would remove APT from the
> cron process. It will free up memory.
I *can* fix the issue for *my system*, but I would rather see the
*Debian package* fixed, so that other users will benefit from the fix...
After all, this is what the BTS is about: helping Debian to improve so
that users won't need to fix every single system by hand. Right?
0.6 available! What? See for yourself!
..................................................... Francesco Poli .
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