On Thu, 2004-04-08 at 22:41 +0200, email@example.com wrote: > permeke:/home/lopster/incomplete# apt-get --fix-missing upgrade > Reading Package Lists... Done > Building Dependency Tree... Done > [...] > Need to get 91.0kB/93.8MB of archives. > After unpacking 11.5MB of additional disk space will be used. > Do you want to continue? [Y/n] > Get:1 http://localhost testing/main gettext-base 0.14.1-2 [91.0kB] > Fetched 91.0kB in 0s (195kB/s) > Failed to fetch > http://localhost:9999/debian/pool/main/g/gettext/gettext-base_0.14.1-2_i386.deb > MD5Sum mismatch > Ok, this looks suspicious ... > Preconfiguring packages ... > (Reading database ... 54689 files and directories currently installed.) > Preparing to replace libpam-runtime 0.76-15 (using > .../libpam-runtime_0.76-16_all.deb) ... > Unpacking replacement libpam-runtime ... > Setting up libpam-runtime (0.76-16) ... > > (Reading database ... 54689 files and directories currently installed.) > Preparing to replace libpam0g 0.76-15 (using > .../libpam0g_0.76-16_i386.deb) ... > Unpacking replacement libpam0g ... > Setting up libpam0g (0.76-16) ... > > (Reading database ... 54689 files and directories currently installed.) > Preparing to replace libpam-modules 0.76-15 (using > .../libpam-modules_0.76-16_i386.deb) ... > Unpacking replacement libpam-modules ... > Setting up libpam-modules (0.76-16) ... > > E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg received a segmentation fault. > How much memory do you have? Can you do this with debugging (-D) enabled and/or inside gdb to get a backtrace. Scott -- Have you ever, ever felt like this? Had strange things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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