I do not recall my exact steps at this point as it has been a long time
since I had done that. I don't remember doing anything other than apt-get
install ltsp, or I may have done apt-get install ltsp*
Sorry I can't be of more help with that. I ended up removing the package,
then trying the upgrade again, and it worked.
On 5/10/07, Oliver Grawert <email address hidden> wrote:
> ogra@laptop:~$ apt-cache show ltsp-client
> Description: LTSP client environment
> The scripts needed to configure and boot an LTSP client.
> DO NOT install this package on a regular machine, it is intended only
> for installation inside a LTSP client filesystem.
> how did you get it installed at all, the package checks if the
> environment it is being installed in is an ltsp chroot and refuses to
> install if /etc/ltsp_chroot doesnt exist.
> update-manager aborts on upgrade to 7.04
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