Jaunty updates not ready
Cybe R. Wizard
cybe_r_wizard at earthlink.net
Mon Apr 13 12:43:26 UTC 2009
"Karl F. Larsen" <klarsen1 at gmail.com> said:
> > @ Karl, you still need to do <sudo aptitude update> /first/ before
> > anything will work. Otherwise you are trying to upgrade to already
> > existing packages.
> > Cybe R. Wizard
> Sorry I was not clear to you Cybe, I did EXACTLY what I was asked
> to do. I did do first:
> sudo aptitude update
> exactly one time
> and second I did:
> sudo aptitude safe-upgrade
> These are the two runs in my message. They both LOOK the same but
> were obtained as shown again.
Karl, that's plainly what you did /not/ do. If you read back over
your previous post that will become clear. (just read your own commands
<sudo aptitude upgrade>, <sudo aptitude upgrade> and
<sudo aptitude safe-upgrade> )
You are obviously confusing the terms, "update," and,
"upgrade.' It is right there in your copied/pasted text. Twice for,
"upgrade," once for, "safe-upgrade," but not one time for, "update."
This is also supported by your own response to Mark wherein you said,
> Yes my bad. I see from my recorded first effort I did first update
> and second safe-update. I just did it your way and it did the
> and that looks good, and now the "safe-update" is still working with
> lots of updates being got from the mirror's."
BTW, the 'update' suggestion was mine, not Mark's. Check the headers.
At any rate, I'm glad that <sudo aptitude update> finally up/dated/
your package information and you can get on with your sudo aptitude
safe-upgrade> to upgrade your installation.
Cybe R. Wizard
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