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Re: apt-spy failure

On Fri, Dec 20, 2002 at 07:49:06AM -0800, Charles Baker wrote:
> I've been trying to run apt-spy the last couple of
> days and keep getting the following error:
> usmghdebian:/etc/apt# apt-spy -d unstable -s \
> /root/tops.20021220
> ::: Will save top sites to /root/tops.20021220.
> ::: Unrecoverable Error [1]: Could not retrieve list
> ::: [] Saving TOP FILE LIST.Segmentation fault
> In my /etc/apt/apt.conf I have the following:
> Acquire::http::Proxy \
> "http://proxy.powersystems.rockwell.com:8080";;
> So I'm fairly confident that I'm getting out, is the
> list in fact there?

Are you using woody?  Have you checked the BTS
(bugs.debian.org/apt-spy)?  IIRC, the mirror file that apt-spy pulls
down off debian.org was removed and thus it doesn't work anymore.


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