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Old 01-18-2006, 09:48 PM   #1
dolphans1
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Lost MCC when running updates


Hey I lost my Mandrake Control Center when running updates autoselect and I also lost my
plf-free, plf-nonfree, updates, main, contrib, jpackage, this PC is kicking my you know what.

I was able to get back my MCC by running urpmi drakconf

How can I get my plf-free, plf-nonfree, updates, main, contrib, jpackage" ? I ran urpmi rpmdrake

What does this mean ? "Illegal date format" Here I had wrong time zone set-up

Can it be fixed? Yes fixed them all.

d-1



Warning: Illegal date format for -z/--timecond and not a file name.
See curl_getdate(3) for valid date syntax.
Warning: Illegal date format for -z/--timecond and not a file name.
See curl_getdate(3) for valid date syntax.
Warning: Illegal date format for -z/--timecond and not a file name.
See curl_getdate(3) for valid date syntax.
ftp://ftp.phys.ttu.edu/pub/mandrakel...60mdk.i586.rpm
ftp://ftp.phys.ttu.edu/pub/mandrakel...60mdk.i586.rpm
ftp://ftp.phys.ttu.edu/pub/mandrakel...60mdk.i586.rpm
Warning: Illegal date format for -z/--timecond and not a file name

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Old 01-19-2006, 10:14 AM   #2
dolphans1
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I was able to get back my MCC by running urpmi drakconf

How can I get my plf-free, plf-nonfree, updates, main, contrib, jpackage" ? I ran urpmi rpmdrake

What does this mean ? "Illegal date format" Here I had wrong time zone set-up

Can it be fixed? Yes fixed them all.

d-1
 
Old 01-19-2006, 02:39 PM   #3
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Go here and follow the directions to setup your urpmi sources:

http://easyurpmi.zarb.org/

You might want to bookmark that site if you plan to use mandriva; it's very handy.
 
Old 01-21-2006, 04:14 PM   #4
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Thanks I did that....

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Originally Posted by kilgoretrout
Go here and follow the directions to setup your urpmi sources:

http://easyurpmi.zarb.org/

You might want to bookmark that site if you plan to use mandriva; it's very handy.
 
  


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