Re: Doing Dist-Upgrade or Such
David Wright a écrit :
> Quoting David Baron (email@example.com):
> Pascal, I believe, said:
>>> You can bind|link|whatever /var/cache/apt/archive to a filesystem with
>>> enough free space.
>> Running it this way right now, seems OK. Question: Is this directory needed at
>> boot, i.e., before home is mounted (why I did not try this first off)??
>> If it does, can put it back when done. If OK, leave it this way.
>>From man apt-cache:
> -p, --pkg-cache
> Select the file to store the package cache. The package
> cache is the primary cache used by all operations.
> Configuration Item: Dir::Cache::pkgcache.
> This appears to be the Right Way.
I doubt it, since apt-cache is not involved in downloading .deb files,
so it's probably not the same cache. According to man apt-get, the
correct configuration item would rather be Dir::Cache::Archives.