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Re: apt-move problem

On Sep 07 2000, Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> It's a bug in bash.  You may work around it by setting ash as
> your /bin/sh shell instead of bash.

	I'm using two boxes here, one with potato and another (my
	guinea pig) with woody.

	I'm seeing the problem above on the machine with woody (which
	I corrected by manually editing the apt-move script).

> My current problem with apt-move is that it wants to delete every
> single deb file I have (instead of only those that have never
> versions on hand).  Also, it makes completely empty Packages.gz
> files for me.  Now that I have made Packages.gz file by hand, I'm
> affraid to use `apt-move packages' and overwrite them to test
> anything.  :-(

	And I'm seeing this problem in the potato box. I also noticed
	that that if I used apt-get autoclean, it would delete some
	packages that apt had just downloaded (from
	security.debian.org, perhaps? I can't remember).

	[]s, Roger...

  Rogerio Brito - rbrito@iname.com - http://www.ime.usp.br/~rbrito/
     Nectar homepage: http://www.linux.ime.usp.br/~rbrito/nectar/

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