I think it's just the way the program works- the interface is not always consistent. You can use up & down to do somethings, like return from the CONTINUE button, but must use Tab to get there. very strange.. but it does work.. and so, the bug is not a bug...
Sorry for bothering everyone.. Somehow, i was afraid it was me.. That's what i get for working at 3 am..
Matthew Matthew Barr Managing Partner Datalyte Consulting, LLC mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org cell: (646) 765-6878 On May 3, 2004, at 3:33 PM, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
* Matthew Barr <email@example.com> [2004-05-03 15:18]:I'd be happy to- but I'd like to try to save the list of installed packages so I don't have to go through the package selection process again,- well - not as badly. Is that possible? to take a list of the installed packages and just let the system retrieve them after a full reinstall?You should be able to do: dpkg --get-selections save the output somewhere (dpkg --get-selections > file) And later: dpkg --set-selections < file apt-get dselect-upgrade apt-get dist-upgrade However, you could just try to make an LVM partition on your swap partition... this way, no important data would get lost. -- Martin Michlmayr firstname.lastname@example.org
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