Re: 答复: Stunned by aptitude.
On Wed, Jul 02, 2008 at 06:41:09AM +0000, Paul Johnson wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-07-02 at 16:19 +1000, CaT wrote:
> > I believe that would be the point the original poster was getting at. If
> > aptitude is really doing that then it is in the wrong.
> I understood it, but given that this is how apt has always worked and is
> documented to work, why change it now? Apparently, there's a flag you
apt is not aptitude. I've not seen this in apt and I just tested it by
firewalling a mirror off and running apt-get update. The lists files
are still there. I ran apt-get clean and they are still there. I ran
apt-get autoclean too, just to be sure. Files remained.
If aptitude behaves differently then it is broken.
> can set the flag mentioned upthread if it's a bother for you.
I believe said flag controls wether or not apt automatically removes the
lists files for repositories that are not actually in your sources.list
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