After doing a BIG
upgrade (like "swaret --upgrade -a"), did you do anything else?
You may want to:
find /etc -name "*.new"
This will give you an idea about configuration files that MAY
If you find a file with the ".new" extension, you need to ask yourself, "Have I manually updated that file?" If the answer is NO
, then you should use a command like:
mv config_file.new config_file
If the answer is YES
, you should use a command like:
diff config_file config_file.new
and use the results to help you edit your current config file.
This is a step that many people who use "automagic" upgrade tools like SWareT seem to forget. THis may be the cause of your problem. Also, try the old "Windows trick" of rebooting.