philsf at ufrj.br
Tue Oct 24 19:56:44 BST 2006
Em Tuesday 24 October 2006 13:59, Branko Vukelic escreveu:
> On Tuesday 24 October 2006. 14:04, Tchize wrote:
> > This is not odd, it just mean only one application can manage
> > installation at a time. You surely don't want to see your installation
> > corrupted because 2 differents apps tried to update it simultaneously.
> No, I mean, aptitude locks dpkg, and it stays locked even after I exit
Are you sure the applitacion locking the deb db is aptitude? It could very
well be one of ADEPT's offspring (adept_updater comes to mind). I had once my
aptitude blocked, and it was this adept_something that had silently crashed
in the background. I killed it and everything went fine (didn't need to
> > Rule of thumb in computer:
> > A problem never come single.
> > Corollary: All your problem came at same time with a common cause.
> Yeah, I do agree to that. However, with so many symptoms, it's hard to tell.
> As you mentioned it earlier, it is most likely KDE core component. BTW, I'm
> using KDE from the Kubuntu repos, whereas the rest of the distro was
> installed from an Ubuntu CD.
> > Did you ensure that your hardware is not faulty? Last time i saw a linux
> > system go berserk like that, it was a memory defect.
> Hmm, I don't know for sure. I will run some test when I have time. However,
Give memtest a try. Also check if you have bad IDE/SATA cables, proper
CPU/case ventilation, etc.
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