david.balazic at comtrade.com
Tue Aug 10 08:43:16 EDT 2010
Which reminds me of an old thread I had with redhat people*
If the user says "Please update/remove this package", then after (supposedly)
successful operation there should not be leftovers from the old version
on the system. Ironically Alan Cox (I bleieve) replied: That's because unix says
what you tell it, not what you want...
* will link if I find it
Sorry for off topic.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: support-bounces at pidgin.im
> [mailto:support-bounces at pidgin.im] On Behalf Of Jason
> Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 5:28 AM
> To: support at pidgin.im
> Subject: Re: Pidgin PPA
> Ended up being a looser error. I had forgotten that the Me
> Menu keeps
> Pidgin running. Ending the process and restarting Pidgin
> solved the problem.
> On 10/08/10 15:04, Daniel Atallah wrote:
> > On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 22:36, Jason Steenstra-Pickens
> > <jason.steenstrapickens at orionhealth.com> wrote:
> >> Hi Daniel,
> >> I have never built Pidgin from source as it came with my
> >> (Ubuntu 9.10 upgraded to 10.04). I checked /usr/local
> anyway and there was
> >> nothing in there to do with Pidgin.
> >> Executing:
> >> $ which pidgin
> >> /usr/bin/pidgin
> >> Which has not been modified since 02 Jun 2010
> >> Any more ideas?
> > Please reply to the list and not to me directly.
> > Have you added the Pidgin PPA to your package manager (see
> > http://pidgin.im/download/ubuntu/)? If not, you will need to to get
> > anything newer than what ubuntu shipped your distro with.
> > Are you sure that you have actually restarted pidgin since doing the
> > update (if it is already running, re-launching it will just bring up
> > the existing instance (the old version))?
> > What does `pidgin --version` say?
> > If that doesn't say you have the latest in the PPA (2.7.1),
> what does
> > `dpkg -s pidgin` say?
> > -D
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