Re: Debian Food(TM) (Re: export food products)
Joseph Carter <email@example.com> writes:
> 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
Nothing that you couldn't fix with dpkg -purge <package>.
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