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Re: Debian Food(TM) (Re: export food products)



On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 09:40:18PM +0100, Carlos Sousa wrote:
> > > apt-get pizza pepperoni pepperoni pepperoni
> > 
> > Sorry, pizza is already the newest version.
> > Sorry, pepperoni is already the newest version.
> > Sorry, pepperoni is already the newest version.
> > Sorry, pepperoni is already the newest version.
> 
> Unless they 'apt-get remove' themselves in their postinst... :)

No, you must do that seperately with apt-eat.  You must specify everything
you wish to eat because any parameters left unspecified will not be eaten.
Anything stored in this manner can be recovered with:

  apt-get -t fridge <package> 

It can then be consumed with apt-eat.  One word of caution, you might want
to check the date of the latest changelog entry to ensure that the
contents of the package are recent enough for your system.  Eating
packages whose contents are too old has been rumored to cause system
incompatibilities.

-- 
Joseph Carter <knghtbrd@bluecherry.net>               This end upside-down
 
* joeyh wonders why everyone wants to know how tall he is
<james> joeyh: it helps the sniper

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