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Old 05-10-2008, 10:02 PM   #1
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netpkg zenwalk mirror?


Hello all,

I did a netpkg update and got the following error message:

Unable to connect to http://mirror.meleeweb.net/pub/linux...k/i486/current, please check the network or choose another mirror cleaning temporary files and saving meta information

How does one choose another mirror using netpkg?

All help is appreciated in advance.

zenmike

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Old 05-10-2008, 10:35 PM   #2
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Have you read and tried this documentation?
 
Old 05-12-2008, 11:16 AM   #3
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Smile netpkg zenwalk mirrors?

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Have you read and tried this documentation?

Thanks Xian,

I went to the url and tried the suggestion there to select the GUI version of netpkg and there was a "mirror' selection which had a "browse mirror" choice which I selected. I was able to successfully choose an updateed version of the Zenwalk manual and install it.

I then did a "netpkg upgrade" and there came a warning "This will upgrade the whole system. Do you wish to proceed?" I thought to myself, I have not backed up my home directory, and since this is my primary system I have a lot to lose. So I chose 'abort" and am now typing this reply to you.

In any case, thanks to you I am able to browse and choose new mirrors.

As soon as I back up my home directory I will go back to netpkg upgrade and will upgrade my system. It has been a long time since I upgraded my system and I am willing to take that choice and its consequent risks after backing up my home directory.

In gratitude:

zenmike
 
  


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