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Re: dpkg cache file

On Thu March 23 2006 12:03, Glenn English wrote:
> Synaptic has begun saying my cache file is corrupt. It doesn't say why or
> how or what to do about it.
> Do you know what to do about it? (Or how to find out what's wrong?)
> --
> Glenn English
> ghe@slsware.com
> GPG ID: D0D7FF20

I had also been receiving this message from Synaptic. I found I started seeing 
it after I installed the "apt-index-watcher" package. I am running Sid and I 
presume you are also. If you recently installed (or upgraded) 
apt-index-watcher, try removing it. Once I removed the package, the "corrupt 
cache" messages from Synaptic stopped.

Rick's Law: What cannot be imagined will be accomplished by a fool.

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