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Re: [trinity-users] upgrade Messup debian7 to debian9

From: Frank Lienhard <frank@...>
Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2018 19:00:49 +0100

On 03/17/2018 06:39 PM, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote:
> Am Samstag, 17. März 2018 schrieb Frank Lienhard:
>> due to a misunderstanding with my co-admin, the following happend:
>>
>> the trinity sources where removed in the sources.list and afterwards 2
>> Dist upgrades where performed:
>>
>> wheezy(7) -> jessie(8)
>> jessie(8) -> strech(9)
>>
>> now I'm unable to get rid of the installed trinity packages:
>>
>> apt-get purge *-trinity
>> Reading package lists... Done
>> Building dependency tree
>> Reading state information... Done
>> E: Unable to locate package *-trinity
>> E: Regex compilation error - Invalid preceding regular expression
>> E: Couldn't find any package by regex '*-trinity'
>>
>> But there are installled packages:
>> dpkg -l | grep trinity
>> ii  akregator-trinity                     4:3.5.13.2-0debian7.0.0+0
>>    amd64        RSS feed aggregator for KDE
>> ii  amor-trinity                          4:3.5.13.2-0debian7.0.0+0
>>    amd64        a Trinity creature for your desktop
>> ii  ark-trinity                           4:3.5.13.2-0debian7.0.0+0
>>    amd64        graphical archiving tool for Trinity
>> ii  arts-trinity                          4:3.5.13.2-0debian7.0.0+1
>>    all          sound system from the official KDE release
>> [lots more]
>>
>> Any advie, how to procede?
> 
> # COLUMNS=1000 aptitude purge $(dpkg -l|grep trinity|awk '{print $2}')
Not really:

open: 159; closed: 237; defer: 65; conflict: 127

  .The following actions will resolve these dependencies:

       Remove the following packages:

1)       bsd-mailx

2)       cron

3)       docbook-xml

4)       enscript

5)       exim4

6)       exim4-base

7)       exim4-daemon-light

8)       festival

9)       festlex-cmu

10)      festlex-poslex

11)      festvox-kallpc16k

12)      foomatic-db-engine

13)      git

14)      gnuift

15)      gnuift-perl

16)      gthumb

17)      gthumb-data

18)      lib32gcc1

19)      lib32stdc++6

20)      libc6-i386
[up to 99), most not trinity related]

and about 30 unresolved, which will stay unresolved, which stay
unresolved, which is ok, because I'll think, I'll handle that with apt-get.

> 
> or
> 
> # COLUMNS=1000 aptitude purge $(dpkg -l|grep '4:3.5.13.2-0debian7'|awk '{print $2}'

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