Re: apt-get upgrade, bad news SOLVED!
"Eric G . Miller" wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 13, 2000 at 04:16:18AM -0500, w trillich wrote:
> > the error messages i mentioned in my 'successful' (aka non-aborted)
> > apt-get dist-upgrade were still
> > ldconfig: warning: can't open /usr/lib/libMesaGLw.so (No such file or
> > directory), skipping
> > ldconfig: warning: can't open /usr/lib/libMesaGLwM.so (No such file
> > or directory), skipping
> > by the ton, too. hundreds of 'm. is there a way i can get those files
> > and re-try the install? or is it optional? (if optional, maybe the messages
> > are unnecessary?)
> apt-get install mesag3 # It provides the Mesa OpenGL clone libraries.
> apt-get install mesag3-widgets # It provides libMesaGLwM.so
> > oh, by the way--after doing
> > # apt-get dist-upgrade
> > would a debianist, such as i, have a new kernel--say, 2.1?
> > i imagine i'd hafta restart the cpu to invoke it.... hmm?
> I think the dist-upgrade will grab kernel-2.2.14. And, that's the one
> time a reboot is required. You might get some errors about modules if
> you were previously using 2.0 series.
i did dist-upgrade (frozen) after update of course, and was never
asked to restart.