ratler at lunar-linux.org
Sun Jun 20 19:38:35 GMT 2004
This actually sound like an old bug that existed in the core tools for a
while mainly in theedge which have been default for the last ISOs a while
if I remember correctly. But before i tell you to update theedge or lunar
check what your default Lunar module is by typing "lunar"
Then "Option -> Default Lunar Module". If it says theedge you simply do
"lin theedge" otherwise "lin lunar".
This should update your core tools so this problem doesn't occur again, I
have just tried "lunar prune" and it work as supposed in the latest
version of theedge.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Stefan Wold aka Ratler
On Sat, 19 Jun 2004, Carl R. Powers wrote:
> This is worse than I thought. Autoprune is now broken again. Last night's
> update successfully updated 5 modules, and fortunately, they (and other
> are still present in /var/cache/lunar. However, /var/spool/lunar was
> cleaned out
> 100%. Like I said, not fun with only a dialup connection. I can
> restore much
> of it from a backup, but that is several months out of date!
> Carl R. Powers wrote:
> > OK, guys. What did you do?
> > Started lunar update (with autoprune enabled) last night and went
> > home. One of the packages to be updated was openoffice.
> > Came in this morning to find the following:
> > Failed updated modules: openoffice-bin
> > lvu can't find openoffice-bin in moonbase or installed.
> > The installed openoffice-bin (1.1.1b) is gone as are the spool and
> > cache copies.
> > Did it just get renamed / moved / or was I screwed?
> > I just donloaded a new moonbase and openoffice is back, so I'l
> > try a fresh install, but this is not fun with a dialup connection.
> > Thanks,
> > Carl Powers
> > <powers at trac-wsmr.army.mil><powers at copper.net>
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