Re: autoup.sh & considerations on bail-out scripts
On Fri, 13 Feb 1998, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> How do you mean wedge in?
> If the script were to upgrade libc5 to 5.4.x, then upgrade dpkg to 1.4.x
> for libc5, it could upgrade systems right back from buzz (debian 1.1).
autoup can upgrade a system from rex to hamm. i think you were working on
getting it to do buzz as well - did you have any luck with that?
> buzz had dpkg 1.2.x, which doesn't have the --get-selections that
> autoup wants to use. dpkg 184.108.40.206 (from bo) needs libc5 >= 220.127.116.11.
autoup doesn't use --get-selections or --set-selections. it just removes
packages that need to be removed (old libc5 -dev packages etc), and then
installs some new libc6 stuff in the correct (i.e. SAFE) order.
btw, the first thing that autoup installs is the latest libc5 from
hamm's oldlibs/ (it has to, in order to avoid conflicts with libc6)
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