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#317 no change needed 'Get specific release' troubles.. David McKenna

Just installed ArcaOS 5.0.3 on my laptop (HP Probook 6570b) using 'full control' and installed everything checked, plus SeaMonkey? (and no other option). It works great (with a couple quirks). I noticed that it installed all of the BWW stuff using the i686 version (if there was a choice for that in the install, I missed it). The latest ANPM allows 'Get specific release' and so I went thru and installed as many of the 'Pentium4' versions as I could (after changing the 'platform' variable in ANPM). But there were a few that offered a pentium4 version that didn't work. They just installed the same i686 version (or in one case, the i386 version). They are:

coreutils 8.26-2 fontconfig 2.12-4 mmap 0.5-1 (installed the i386 version) nspr 4.12.0-4 rpm 4.13.0-17 plus rpm-libs 4.13.0-17 yum 3.4.3-11 zlib 1.2.11-2

I was able to choose the previous pentium4 version and downgrade to that, then update to the latest on all but coreutils and rpm and rpm-libs.

Not sure if this is the right place to report this. Please correct me if I should report to ArcaNoae?.


#77 fixed 'No module named urlgrabber' after 'yum update python' Silvan Scherrer Andib

After I did a 'yum update python' I always get -

{1}[m:\] yum update
There was a problem importing one of the Python modules
required to run yum. The error leading to this problem was:

   No module named urlgrabber

Please install a package which provides this module, or
verify that the module is installed correctly.

It's possible that the above module doesn't match the
current version of Python, which is:
2.7.6 (default, Apr  7 2014, 18:19:49)
[GCC 4.7.3]

If you cannot solve this problem yourself, please go to
the yum faq at:

Other packages are also updated but don't know which. Is there a log somewhere?

#212 invalid (CUPS) lpinfo -m returns error Alex Taylor

The CUPS command \usr\sbin\lpinfo -m is used (by CUPSWIZ, for one) to obtain a list of supported printers. Executing this command using 1:cups-2.1.3-7.oc00.i686 results only in the following output:

lpinfo: Bad file number

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