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Month: June 2017

Re: [trinity-users] Update trouble

From: Thierry de Coulon <tdecoulon@...>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2017 07:34:52 +0200
On Monday 26 June 2017 07.19:19 Greg Madden wrote:
> One option that I found useful when installing from cli, "-s" or apt-get
> -s intall xxx will run through the install process without installing
> any packages.

Yes, it prevents deleting things but does not tell you how to prevent it...
> I have stopped using dmo repos, eventualy something breaks, esp when I
> compile something..a needed library depends is the wrong version

Probably right. Unfortunately the "strictly free" option of Debian is one 
thing I don't always follow

> greg

Anyway, as far, my results are as follow:

Trying to correct the situation with aptitude failed (probably my fault) and 
resulted in the removal of many things (but not TDE itself). I restored my 
backup of end of may on my system partition and updated: worked. So I must 
have screwed things up some time this month.

Same try in Devuan resulted in TDE removal. After that it was impossible to 
reinstall it (unsatisfied dependancies). So there too I restored but the 
update problems remain. I'll have to look further, but as Devuan went from 
RC2 to 1.0, I don't know if you can just "update" from the first to the 
second. No production system anyway so I probably better install new and 

Thanks for all the help,