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The descriptions of what dpkg does when installing and removing packages are particularly inadequate. The primary and more user-friendly front-end for dpkg is aptitude 1.
The action-parameter tells dpkg what to do and options control the behavior of the action in some way. If any such action is encountered dpkg just runs dpkg-deb or dpkg-query with the parameters given to it, but no specific options are currently passed to them, to use any such option the back-ends need to be called directly. The information is divided in three classes: states , selection states and flags.
These values are intended to be changed mainly with dselect. Package states not-installed The package is not installed on your system. Package selection states install The package is selected for installation.
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Package flags reinst-required A package marked reinst-required is broken and requires reinstallation. These packages cannot be removed, unless forced with option --force-remove-reinstreq. Install the package. If --recursive or -R option is specified, package-file must refer to a directory instead. Installation consists of the following steps: 1. Extract the control files of the new package. If another version of the same package was installed before the new installation, execute prerm script of the old package.
Run preinst script, if provided by the package. Unpack the new files, and at the same time back up the old files, so that if something goes wrong, they can be restored.
If another version of the same package was installed before the new installation, execute the postrm script of the old package. Note that this script is executed after the preinst script of the new package, because new files are written at the same time old files are removed.
Configure the package. See --configure for detailed information about how this is done. Unpack the package, but don't configure it. If -a or --pending is given instead of package , all unpacked but unconfigured packages are configured. To reconfigure a package which has already been configured, try the dpkg-reconfigure 8 command instead.
Configuring consists of the following steps: 1. Unpack the conffiles, and at the same time back up the old conffiles, so that they can be restored if something goes wrong. Run postinst script, if provided by the package. All pending triggers will be processed. If package names are supplied only those packages' triggers will be processed, exactly once each where necessary. Use of this option may leave packages in the improper triggers-awaited and triggers-pending states.
This can be fixed later by running: dpkg --configure --pending. Removing of a package consists of the following steps: 1.
Run prerm script 2. Remove the installed files 3.
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Run postrm script -P , --purge package This removes everything, including conffiles. Note: some configuration files might be unknown to dpkg because they are created and handled separately through the configuration scripts. In that case, dpkg won't remove them by itself, but the package's postrm script which is called by dpkg , has to take care of their removal during purge.
Of course, this only applies to files in system directories, not configuration files written to individual users' home directories. Purging of a package consists of the following steps: 1. Remove the package, if not already removed. See --remove for detailed information about how this is done. Run postrm script. It was a looming presence alongside the human debaters Noa Ovadia and Dan Zafrir, who stood behind a podium nearby.
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Although the machine stumbled at many points, the unprecedented event offered a glimpse into how computers are learning to grapple with the messy, unstructured world of human decision-making. For each of the two short debates, participants had to prepare a four-minute opening statement, followed by a four-minute rebuttal and a two-minute summary.
In both debates, the audience voted Project Debater to be worse at delivery but better in terms of the amount of information it conveyed. IBM hopes the research will eventually enable a more sophisticated virtual assistant that can absorb massive and diverse sets of information to help build persuasive arguments and make well-informed decisions — as opposed to merely responding to simple questions and commands. The machine spoke with a confident female voice with a natural cadence, segues and organisational structure to its speech, but it lacked linguistic precision and argumentative clarity.
While the debate may seem like a stunt, Reed believes it to be an important demonstration of the limits of artificial intelligence. Using language and reasoning to debate is a far more complicated game. Topics Artificial intelligence AI. Computing IBM news. Reuse this content. Most popular.