I am the packager of aspcud and aspcud-svn, an important dependency
solver for the OPAM OCaml package manager.
Two dependencies, clasp and gringo, have been already packaged in AUR,
but are out of date, and I can't reach the current packager (Mails get
Therefore I ask for those two packages to be orphaned, I would maintain
Hello,I can't perform the last update, because it says::: Synchronizing package databases...
lib32 is up to date
core is up to date
platform is up to date
desktop is up to date
apps is up to date
games is up to date
extra is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade...
:: Replace kdebindings-pykde4 with desktop/kdebindings-python2?
Don’t trust the maintainer line in the PKGBUILD. Check the last packager instead.[gallaecio@afonso ~]$ LC_ALL=en_US.utf-8 sudo pacman -Si winetricks
Packager : Giuseppe Calà <[email protected]>
Build Date : Sat 15 Sep 2012 02:24:09 PM CEST
…I’ve actually not used wine or anything related for quite a while now.
Hi guys, I have a debian wheezy stable (more or less) uptodate.
I originally installed sqeeze and it was updated/upgraded time by time.
But the package management system is not ok, something went wrong and I have no idea what's happened and how to fix it.
Actually I tried to install python2.7-dev (the version available is 2.7.3-6).
I am running Ubuntu 14.04 32-bit in a VMWare VM. I suspended the VM for a weak and then resumed it. I noticed that the time/date was incorrect, likely due to the fact that it was still set to the time and date when the VM got suspended. However, after a few hours of use
the time was still the same.
In linux is the system date/time and other date related details like timezone stored in any file where I can view the updated time and know when the system time was last updated. Is there any other reliable method to know.If NTP package in installed and updates the time to keep it in sync then is there a log which logs these changes.