9.10 is a black eye for Ubuntu
tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Thu Nov 5 22:10:57 UTC 2009
> Even though I'm not happy about the fact that it happens the fact that
> it's only happening to me (as far as I am concerned) is good.
> Thank you for letting me know that in your case something like that is
> not happening.
> As a note, I did a fresh install (RC actually) and also I have been
> having this issue for the past, 2 or 3 releases.
Very strange. Did you keep your old home directory when you did a fresh
install? You haven't got an alias for apt-get defined in your .bashrc or
.profile files have you that you've forgotten about? You could also try
typing 'which apt-get' and it should say /usr/bin/apt-get.
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University of Manchester, Mob: +44 (0) 773 330 0039
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