Re: apt-get dist-upgrade = [shellutils on hurd]?!
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- Subject: Re: apt-get dist-upgrade = [shellutils on hurd]?!
- From: "Bryan K. Walton" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 09:18:35 -0500 (CDT)
- Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.21.0008220917030.707-100000@work>
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OK, sorry for the last email. Found my problem: I mistakenly had my
sources.list file set for unstable. Glad I didn't do the dist-upgrade and
move to unstable by accident. However, still perplexed by the [shellutils
on hurd]. Anyone know what this means?
On Tue, 22 Aug 2000, Bryan K. Walton wrote:
> This morning, as always, I come into work and update my Debian
> OS. I got into the habit a long time ago of typing:
> work:/home/walton# apt-get update
> followed by:
> work:/home/walton# apt-get -f -s dist-upgrade | less
> before actually updating my distribution. This morning I am a little
> confused. Apt-get wants to upgrade 86 packages and next to each of the
> package names, it says [sheellutils on hurd]. Now, I don't have the hurd
> installed on my computer currently. I did in the past, but that partition
> is no longer in existence. What does this mean?