pierre.frenkiel at laposte.net
Fri May 16 14:18:23 UTC 2008
On Mon, 28 Apr 2008, Mario Vukelic wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-04-28 at 14:48 +0200, PEDRO MACANAS VALVERDE wrote:
>> Is there any list of conf-new / conf-old files (or a script to detect
>> them) related to a new installation ?
> locate dpkg-new
> locate dpkg-old
> This should suffice after the locate database was updated. Otherwise,
> something like
> sudo find / -name "*.dpkg-old"
there is faster and more reliable way:
==> grep conffile dpkg.log
2008-05-15 10:23:48 conffile /etc/X11/Xsession keep
2008-05-15 13:09:00 conffile /etc/mime.types install
2008-05-15 13:56:17 conffile /etc/cron.daily/apt install
2008-05-15 14:02:42 conffile /etc/cups/cupsd.conf install
2008-05-15 16:26:06 conffile /etc/gdm/gdm.conf install
2008-05-15 16:44:23 conffile /etc/network/if-up.d/mountnfs install
2008-05-15 20:24:54 conffile /etc/xmp/xmp.conf install
2008-05-15 20:26:27 conffile /etc/xmp/xmp-modules.conf install
2008-05-15 21:17:03 conffile /etc/sane.d/dll.conf install
2008-05-15 22:18:51 conffile /etc/ssh/ssh_config install
2008-05-16 06:56:06 conffile /etc/ntp.conf install
2008-05-16 07:53:55 conffile /etc/cron-apt/config install
2008-05-16 08:32:12 conffile /etc/openoffice/psprint.conf install
and what's more, I discovered that the options I wanted in
update-mamager already exist in dpkg:
it should be a 2-minute work to implement them in update-manager.
Until this is done, I think the easier way is to replace update-manager,
just before the upgrade, by a one line script calling the real program
with one of these options.
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