update conflict /etc/rc.local fbsplash-antiX

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  • #24776
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    Avatardelix02

    please check this script
    when updating, I get an error warning that this file cannot be updated because it is also part of the fbsplash-antiX package

    #24777
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    ileile

    hello delix02 and everyone
    Get same here too.
    that error message is from attempting to upgrade the initscripts package. ‘ trying to overwrite ‘/etc/rc.local’ also in package fbsplash-antix 0.2.13″
    initscripts new 2.95-1 over old 2.93-8

    another error is from package btrfs-progs ” trying to overwrite’/sbin/mkfs.btrfs’ also in package desktop-defaults-core-antix 0.6.1″
    btrfs-progs new 5.2-1 over old 4.20.2-1

    #24778
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    anticapitalistaanticapitalista

    Fixes sent to repos.

    You could also force the overwrite.

    dpkg -i --force-overwrite /var/cache/apt/archives/nameofpackage.deb

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    #25051
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    ileile

    Hello anticapitalista, delix02, everyone
    Yes . Fixed . With your fixes in place:
    The install of fbsplash must precede the install of initscripts.
    The install of desktop-defaults-core must precede the install of btrfs-progs.
    Solved. Thank You.

    #27715
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    wildstar84wildstar84

    This is dejavou all over AGAIN with latest v0.3.0, pleas FIX in this AND future versions!

    Pbm is that this package SHARES rc.local with package initscripts, so it needs to pbly be REMOVED from this pkg’s tree and a test added to
    the one for initscripts to check for the presence of this pkg. and handle the diffs there!

    Regards,

    Jim

    #27719
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    anticapitalistaanticapitalista

    Jim please stop shouting and don’t use exclamation marks! It won’t get the bug fixed any quicker! In fact, the opposite might happen!

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by anticapitalista.

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