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Bug#459344: /etc/cron.daily/apt exits with return code 1, despite being configured to do nothing



On Tue, 8 Jan 2008 12:21:51 -0500 Lord of, St. Luke Valor wrote:

> I have a suggestion.
> 
> 1) Find any text you are able on UNIX
> 2) Read about cron
> 
> It is possible that cron was implemented in such a way that it must be set
> to task. If the Anacron message bothers you, I would remove APT from the
> cron process. It will free up memory.

I *can* fix the issue for *my system*, but I would rather see the
*Debian package* fixed, so that other users will benefit from the fix...

After all, this is what the BTS is about: helping Debian to improve so
that users won't need to fix every single system by hand.  Right?

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