Re: packages broken on debian / Lemote?
> On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 10:41 PM, Zhang Weiwu <email@example.com> wrote:
>> No, I don't upgrade. I also didn't notice a lot of change on the source, so
> What do you mean by 'a lot of changes on the source'? IMHO they should
> be binary distribution.
Since the configuration is called source.list I assume package
repositories are called "source" in debian, otherwise they would name it
like /usr/portage where in gentoo it is called "portage" or /usr/ports
where in FreeBSD it is called "port".
So what I mean is 'aptitude update' usually finish very fast and only
download a few kb of data.
>> it is likely the source (which is dev.lemote.com) is outdated. However I am
>> afraid of breaking something: I am not a Debian user until half a year ago,
>> and I am very busy that if I break something I couldn't find time to fix it
> Again, do you mean you accidentally removed some critical files?
No. I meant the opposite.
> Can you also try to provide 'uname -a' and 'dpkg -l | grep
zhangweiwu@casablanca:~$ uname -a
Linux casablanca 220.127.116.11-fl2f-v1.02 #41 Thu Jul 3 10:13:18 CST 2008 mips64 GNU/Linux
zhangweiwu@casablanca:~$ dpkg -l sloccount xmame freemind
|/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
||/ Name Version Description
ii freemind 0.7.1-6 A Java Program for creating and viewing Mind
ii sloccount 2.26-3 programs for counting physical source lines
un xmame <none> (no description available)