Changes between Version 101 and Version 102 of FAQ


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Oct 12, 2011, 11:45:42 AM (8 years ago)
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victor gattegno
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    301301  Your best bet are the upstream Debian packages. Andree, the Debian maintainer, is usually also on the mailing list. Look at DistributionPackaging.
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    303   If you want to use the packages made upstream for Debian/Ubuntu, you need to know that numbering schema are different between upstream mondo (2.2.x) and Ubuntu/Debian packages (1:2.2.x), so you should adapt your /etc/apt/preferences file to avoid updates of mondo with apt-get with older versions. Do the following:
     303  If you want to use the packages made upstream for Debian or Ubuntu, you need to know that numbering schema are different between upstream mondo (2.2.x) and Ubuntu / Debian packages (1:2.2.x), so you should adapt your /etc/apt/preferences file to avoid updates of mondo with apt-get with older versions. Do the following:
    304304{{{
    305305wget ftp://ftp.mondorescue.org/ubuntu/`lsb_release -r|awk '{print $2}'`/mondorescue.sources.list
     
    325325  After that apt-get configuration modification, execute "sudo apt-get update", and then you can launch Synaptic.
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    327   If the Ubuntu update manager still notify that update to "a new" 2.24 Mondorescue Debian version is available, launch Synaptic, select "Package" menu, and check "Force Version". If the version selected is not the one from ftp.mondorescue.org, select this one instead of the Ubuntu/Debian version. You can then check the policy through "apt-cache policy mondo". If necessary, do the same for mindi package. After that you can install mondo through Synaptic.
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    329   If needed, a similar config could be used for mindi-busybox.
     327  If the Ubuntu update manager still notify that update to "a new" 2.24 Mondorescue Debian version is available, launch Synaptic, select the package, then click "Package" menu, and check "Force Version". If the version selected is not the one from ftp.mondorescue.org, select this one instead of the Ubuntu / Debian version. You can then check the policy through "apt-cache policy mondo". If necessary, do the same for mindi package. After that you can install mondo through Synaptic. If needed, a similar config could be used for mindi-busybox.
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    331329  '''Mondoarchive Options (switches) advises'''[[BR]]
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    333   Be sure, on recent Ubuntu versions (8.04+), to use the -S and -T switch to locate temp files in a sufficiently big enough file system ; by default /var/run is used and seems to cause problems on Ubuntu (on which /var/run default size is 500 Mo).
     331  On recent Ubuntu versions (8.04+), use the -S and -T switch to locate temporary files in a sufficiently big enough file system ; because by default /var/run is used and seems to cause problems on some Ubuntu versions (on which /var/run default size is 500 Mo).
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    335333  If switch -L causes mondoarchive segmentation fault, simply don't use that switch, then you'll use bzip2 instead of lzo compression engine.