#debian - Mon 19 Feb 2007 between 00:00 and 00:04

mikessabrotman: ,, markybob ,,cheers guys
eitanI don't know if I broke xorg, gdm, or gnome, but something is broken. Can anyone help me figure out how to fix this?
zu22abrotman: oh yeah Robotech too
abrotmanX logs are useful
markybobspecifically error messages in them
olsenzu22: i think apt is the best package management system that i've used
is etch stable yet ?
talexbStill trying to get rid of kdebluetooth .. apt-get --remove kdebluetooth gives me the same errors that I was getting through aptitude (no surprise really) .. How do I get rid of this package?
abrotmansnax: /topic ?
zu22abrotman: remember that goofy show Land of the Lost? hah. and the classics I loved like Scooby Doo, Bugs Bunny and Friends, Woody Woodpecker, Popeye, Tom & Jerry
abrotmantalexb: man apt-get
zu22: yes
markybobtom & jerry...they just dont make them like they used to ;)
zu22olsen: me too
snaxim assuming no.
snaxwell whats taking so long >: P
dpkgEtch will release WIR; SIYH. Ask me about <etch pool>, <wir>, <siyh>. Join in and help out, or see the release team's latest timeline at http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2006/12/msg00001.html ; Etch is currently frozen. For details about what this means, read http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2006/12/msg00004.html
markybobsnail, you dont have to assume. go to debian.org. or read the topic
litagesorry, got disconnected. did anyone reply to my sed question while i was away?
olsenzu22: :)
zu22talexb: you try "dpkg --purge"? look at the dependencies
markybobor read when others answer your question right after you ask
zu22markybob: yeah
abrotmanlitage: you mean find ?
eitanHow can I set up aptitude to revert all packages that have been upgraded to backports to the non-backported, stable versions?
snaxughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh come on.
litageabrotman: heh, my sed question must not've made it then =P
markybobsnax what's your problem?
litagewhy does sed say "sed: -e expression #1, char 17: invalid reference \1 on `s' command's RHS" for this command?: sed -re 's/^\(.+\):.+/\1/g' some_file
actionabrotman waves
talexbabrotman, Thanks, I interpret that to mean 'try -f to fix' -- it didn't.
zu22markybob: too much ritalin i suspect, he left :)
markybobzu22, i was starting to wonder how many times i'd have to answer his question. goofball :)
talexbzu22, thanks, tried that and still got errors from post-processing.
mikessmarkybob: Could it be a bios issue?

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