Re the above, I did an apt-get dist-upgrade on one of my machines at
home this morning. Looking at it from work, it appears to be just
sitting there at the dpkg --configure stage, so I'm presuming it's
waiting for user input. I'd like to continue configuring it from work,
but I don't want to kill the configure if it's going to leave me with a
whole load of unconfigured applications.
Is there anyway I can get at it from my ssh session into the box? Or if
not, can I safely kill it and rerun it from here without losing
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