Debian dist-upgrade issue
I have what was a debian woody install that has been upgraded to a
I apt-get update, apt-get dist upgrade frequently with No problems
Since a day or so ago the output is _always_ the same.
6 packages are "updated" but are replaced with the same version...
I can still apt-get install whatever i like but these are the only
packages that ever appear in an apt-get dist-upgrade.
I have tried
How can I solve this and get back to proper dist-upgrades?
apt-get output follow...Debian Potato upgraded to Woody Netgear FA310TX Rev D1 card issues
I am having trouble getting Debian to recognize my Netgear card using the tulip driver.
The machine is connected to a netgear router and dhcp works fine with windows.
The first time I installed Debian it didn't detect the card. I was using the Potato CD1. Rebooted.
When I selected the drivers to load and chose tulip (install time modconf) it detected the card,
but the dhcp step failed, and the install aborted. So I figured I'd start over, not insert the driver
and just do it later from a working Debian.
Didn't happen. Set up eth0 and tulip later but ifup eth0 gi...[debian] problem with aptitude upgrade or dist-upgrade
# aptitude upgrade
448 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 437 not upgraded.
Need to get 0B/291MB of archives. After unpacking 117MB will be used.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n/?]
Extracting templates from packages: 100%
Preconfiguring packages ...
(Reading database ... 148016 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to replace libc6 2.5-9+b1 (using .../libc6_2.6.1-1+b1_i386.deb) ...
WARNING: POSIX threads library NPTL requires kernel version
2.6.8 or later. If you use a kernel 2.4, please upgrade it
before installing glibc.
I had been using the CiscoVPN client v 4.0.3 win my Cisco PIX 6.3 and
it was working just fine. Then one day, on a whim, I downloaded the
4.6 client. I uninstalled the 4.0.3 client, rebooted, installed the
4.6 client, rebooted [again], imported the same profile I used with the
old client and connected. I connected, got prompted for a user name
and password and it looked like everything was fine. On the client
machine I did an 'ipconfig' and it even showed an IP address from the
correct pool. But, I can't ping anything else inside the firewall.
The only other thing I can ping i...Upgrade EMC powerpath on VIO server issues (mapping issue)
Today I ran into the following issue :
In order to update the EMC Powerpath software on a VIO server, I need to
remove all mappings.
Restoring my mappings with the same VIO LUN id seems impossible, as the
previous numbering was not contigious and the LUN id is assigned by IOS when
issueing the mkvdev command (no way to assign one myself). So basicly I can
map all devices to the corresponding vhosts, but I cannot be sure they will
use the same LUN is.
This is not a problem in most cases, but it is when the device is used as a
boot device. A change in the bootlist for VIO clients wil...Issues after upgrade
I have error messages after the upgrade from 7.31 to 11.5
In 7.31, the output of oncheck -pe was:
LOGICAL LOG Pages - Log 52 456063
LOGICAL LOG Pages - Log 53 464063
LOGICAL LOG Pages - Log 54 472063
DATABASE TBLSPACE 528063
However, in 11.50, the output of oncheck -pe is:
LOGICAL LOG: Log file 52
LOGICAL LOG: Log file 53
46...Would there be any compatibility issue in buying the US upgrade to Adobe CS3 to upgrade a UK CS2?
With the weak dollar and a trip to Florida soon, I was wondering about the
I don't usually buy upgrades until all the wrinkles have been ironed out but
if if saves me a bundle I'll buy on release.
On 2007-04-17 03:11:11 -0500, nev <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> With the weak dollar and a trip to Florida soon, I was wondering about the
> I don't usually buy upgrades until all the wrinkles have been ironed out but
> if if saves me a bundle I'll buy on release.
I think the person you should be asking is any Adobe support perso...Debian Server Issue
After shutting down my Debian Server, moving it to a different location
in my home, and booting it up, I've come across a weird problem. I can
access outside websites, but can't access my other internal servers and
no one internally or externally can access the server. I'm thinking it
may be a coincidence this is happening at the same time I moved the
server, but does anyone have ideas of what could have gone wrong here
for this to be happening?
On 04/01/2008 07:24 AM, Grant wrote:
> After shutting down my Debian Server, moving it to a different location
> ...Upgrade and graph issue
I develop a system that monitors a live image and collects data
simultaneously. Part of this system is the image on the screen with a
Matlab engine running, the data being sent to the Matlab engine, and
scripts producing graphs in real-time around the image to show
This worked perfectly fine in 2006a. I have since upgraded to 2007a,
and find that two of my graphs start at a size about 4 times larger
than previously. I see the same problem if I try 2006b.
Has anything changed between 7.2 and 7.3/.4 that would create this
kind of issue?