On Tue, Mar 28, 2000 at 01:00:31PM -0800, Chris Baker wrote:
> Jim Ziegler <email@example.com> writes:
> > I have a similar problem with mvme167. Ftp'd slink boot disks, base, etc.
> > Set up to use tftp from an i86 Debian system. Boot went ok, install
> > of boot disks and base system went ok. Skipped dselect step.
> > Did not update sources.list so they are as supplied on the base system.
> > Did apt-get update, all ok. Did apt-get upgrade, apt and dpkg were
> > upgraded. After which apt-get <update!install!upgrade> segfaults.
> I might have had this same problem. It segfaults building the package
> list, IIRC. I moved /var/cache/apt/pkgcache.bin to a backup file and
> did a `apt-get update' again and it worked fine.
apt not backwards compatible? Which version of apt is in the base system?
In slink/main/binary-m68k/admin I see
434486 Sep 1 1999 apt_0.3.10slink11.deb
What makes me wonder is the date, wasnt slink in april99? How could a new
apt be in slink (note not slink-proposed-updates!) with a september date.
I am pretty sure that the boot-floppies were not upgraded:
ii apt 0.1.9.0.1 Front-End for dpkg
So there was a major version jump, I dont remember using that version...
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