Re: What happens if run out of HD space during apt-get update?
"Paul F. Pearson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Thu, 25 Apr 2002, Vineet Kumar wrote:
> > * Paul Pearson (Paul.Pearson@trw.com) [020425 16:10]:
> > > space. However, how can I tell the tools to reconfigure what was just
> > > installed? I don't know which packages were updated (there were about
> > > 43, I think).
> > dpkg --configure --pending
> Tried this today, and nothing happened. Could this be because I did an
> 'apt-get clean', just to recover some space (probably not the best thing
> to do)? Or does the silence imply that everything wen OK, even though my
> HD was 100% full?
It means there are no packages pending configuration, meaning any
package that was unpacked was configured successfully. So, your
system is probably in good shape.
'apt-get clean' just removes all the packages you've downloaded (in
/var/cache/apt/archives/), so you'll have to re-download all those
Brian Nelson <email@example.com>
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