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Re: testing boot floppies 3.0.18

Jeff Sheinberg wrote:
> Ok, here is why the above check is not working corrrectly,
>     from the "/var/lib/dpkg/info/ppp.postinst" file,
>     test -f /etc/ppp/peers/provider || \
>       install -g dip -m 640 /usr/share/doc/ppp/examples/provider.peer /etc/ppp/peers /provider

Hm, what version of ppp do you have there? The postinst here copies in

Anyway, I will upload a fix ASAP.

> here is one such message, if you want to seem all of them, then
> just install pcmcia-cs on a workstation,
>     Linux PCMCIA Card Servide 3.1.29
>     kernel build: 2.2.19 unknown
>     option: [pci] [cardbus] [apm]
>     Intel ISA/PCI/Cardbus PCI probe: no bridges found
>     ds: no socket drives loaded

Oh. That's minor and no worse than many kernel messages probing for
nonexistant hardware. There's also no way to work around it since the
boot floppie shave never removed pcmcia-cs if it is unneeded, that is
left to base-config.

see shy jo

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