[pkg-fso-maint] Install.sh problem report

Steffen Moeller steffen_moeller at gmx.de
Sun Feb 22 22:55:38 UTC 2009

Michele Renda wrote:
> On 22/02/2009 23:29, Steffen Moeller wrote:
>> Hi Michele,
>> it seems like you have my setup. I did not experience any such issue,
>> though.
>> Nevertheless, I did the following to the source (untested,
>> admittedly), adding
>> --force-yes where there was already --yes (easily undone, should you
>> consider this
>> nonsense or dangerous):
> I don't know if it is ok to add a --force-yes generally. I solved my
> problem with a --force-yes, but usually the key from Debian should be ok.

At least we have now a better (more flexible) install.sh than we had before.
I am still surprised since the installation was just flawless for myself a few times in a
row. Is there a chance that this was an error introduced with a not so perfect wifi
connection? I mean - either we have something that works for all packages without the
--force-yes if there was no error with the transfer of files, or we always need it.

Many greetings


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