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Old 09-08-2003, 02:35 AM   #1
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up2date from terminal freezes

Hi all,

I am trying to use up2date from a terminal on a server with no X installation. I can call it's help and configure parameters and it seems to work fine, but when I try --register it throws up a blue screen and freezes. this happens in the terminal and through an ssh connection. I have to kill the process to get back to the terminal, and even then I have to log out to get rid of the blue background and get the terminal to echo my key input. Any ideas? I have installed the new up2date certs manually, but am still using version 3.1.23. Any ideas?




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