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On (06/06/06 12:28), Justin Mason didst pronounce:
> Another pretty serious screwup here, attempting to upgrade to Dapper
> on my laptop -- lots of fun!
>I did a dist-upgrade at the weekend aswell. The first problem I came
across was an MD5sum mismatch on gnome-media from ie.archive.ubuntu.com.
This could still be a problem. I didn't contact the admins to inform
them about it. I used wget to get it from the uk mirror and copied it
over to /var/cache/apt/archives and it got around that problem. However,
I had a few issues in the upgrade itself after that, and in the end had
to remove gnome-media as it wouldn't configure properly.
Another issue was my own fault (ran out of space in / while trying to
install the new kernel), which was also easily fixed (delete stuff!).
However, it wasn't really all that painful. Will just wait and see now
if it's any better than Breezy (which I had only been using for a few
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #1: clock speed
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