Hi mirami Hi Gustin,
Same thinking here how could [quit]
when it was screwed? and yet it has.
# apt-get install debian-archive-keyring
# apt-get --reinstall install debian-archive-keyring
Might just kick it into gear.
Gustin Johnson wrote:
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> Jarom√*r MikeŇ° wrote:
> | Hi Dave,
> | Thanks for help.. but this not working on my machine... after [q] my
> | terminal offers nothing... :-(
> aptitude show debian-archive-keyring
> | d>aptitude purge debian-archive-keyring && d>aptitude install
> | debian-archive-keyring
> | d>When I ran this command from a clean d>lenny
> | upgrade/64studio-lenny-back-ports d>upgrade it wanted to remove
> | 64studio and many other packages.
> What about apt-get remove debian-archive-keyring && apt-get install
> I'll try this in a VM in the next day or so. I have no intention of
> adding Lenny to a perfectly stable production box
> | d>[q] [quit] dropped back to the command prompt d>and asked if I
> | wanted to upgrade debian-archive-keyring! d>[y] allowed the upgrade
> | to continue.
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