Re: aptitude lists linux-image-2.6.32-trunk-686 under Obsolete and Locally Created Packages?
Yes, sorry. I've got to get my head on straight today. I just joined
this list and forgot about the differences. Some mung, and some don't.
dpkg -l linux-image |grep ^i
will show you that the version, -3, changed. The name did not.
That command results in nothing at all on my system. Is that significant?
No, because, stupid me, forgot to type it correctly. Try this
dpkg -l linux-image* |grep ^i
The wildcard * tells it to check for all the linux-image files
The |grep ^i means -- only show packages that have 'i' in the first
column, which means show only the installed packages.
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Output from dpkg -l linux-image* |grep ^i was:
ii linux-image-2.6.32-trunk-686 2.6.32-5
Linux 2.6.32 for modern PCs