Re: How to purge linux-image-2.6.14
Cesare Leonardi wrote:
Recently i've talked with someone else that cannot purge the 2.6.14
kernel, due to bug #344767. It's a known problem, already solved for
2.6.15, but for people that still use 2.6.14 or have used it, the
problem of purging it completely still exist.
For example on my machine, the various kernel images i've installed in
the past, are now uninstalled but marked as "c" and if i try to purge
them, the lock described in the bug report arise. Then i have to press
CTRL+C to exit.
As suggested in the bug report, i've tryed to look at the postrm scripts
in "/var/lib/dpkg/info/" but i cannot understand them adequately (i
don't know perl).
You need to edit "/var/lib/dpkg/info/linux-image-2.6.14-2-k7.postrm".
Comment out line 268, which reads: "$ret = stop ();". Then purge the
PS - why do packages without any config files get into the config-files
state in the first place? :)
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