daniel at danm.de
Mon Jan 16 19:40:16 UTC 2006
your ISP sucks:
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from your Email Service Provider is currently blocked by Verizon Online's
anti-spam system. The email "sender" or Email Service Provider may visit
http://www.verizon.net/whitelist and request removal of the block. (in
reply to MAIL FROM command)
My host seems to be "clean":
On Monday 16 January 2006 01:19, Ron Young wrote:
> I should have made my question clearer. I am using Crux
> But in general if I do a upgrade, that effects the gcc tool chain. Then the
> upgrade replaces the base and opt packages. But it is up to me to recompile
> all the other effected packages, that I have added.
Oh, that are good conditions for an upgrade. The only "big" changes you'll
have to keep an eye on are glibc 2.3.6 - which is binary compatible to the
old one - and X11R6.9. If you own an nvidia card I highly recommend you to
DEINSTALL the nvidia package during CRUX update. Firefox32 depends now on
firefox(64bit). Last but not least you should use the newest pkgutils
(+ /etc/pkgmk.conf!! -> /var/lib/pkg/rejected/etc/pkgmk.conf) because I put
64/32bit logic in there.
I don't think a recompilation of all applications is needed in your case.
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