Ubuntu has gone!

Juan De Mola juan.demola at gmail.com
Tue Apr 21 11:37:05 UTC 2009

To update my system. At home I don't have Internet and not all the
things are 113 kb to be downloaded with GPRS.

This is not the first time I've done a install/update with deb files
in stable status. But this time a apt leaded the deletion of most
important files including the kernel. I think that the way the
dependences are checked must be redesigned.

But i want restore my system to play what my windows can't.

On 4/21/09, habtool <habtool at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-04-20 at 21:19 -0400, Juan De Mola wrote:
>> Tonight I've tried to update some packs using .debs from the lenny
>> debian release.
>> The package manager in first instance tell that all is ok. But
>> unexpectly it stop with a dependence error (?!). The error must be
>> with a sudo apt-get install -f that ended with most of the main pack
>> from gnome wine part of grub and well the system is down now.
>> How I can repair this mistake?
> Why are you using lenny repos in ubuntu?
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