Attempted forcing my #! to use python3 instead of python 2 by running
sudo apt-get remove python2
, but this removed all programs in any way linked to the linux 2.6 kernel!
Any ideas on what to do other than a clean install? (tired of losing my config every 3 months)
Last edited by jms53 (2012-10-08 19:02:45)
^ I once had Aptitude remove a ton of packages on my behalf and the logs were the thing that got me out of trouble. It was a real hassle though. Good luck with it
...I just hope you didn't `apt-get clean` before you realized you'd removed so much.
Whatever you do, don't shut down - the kernel in RAM is the only thing keeping you from having to reinstall.
while ( ! ( succeed = try() ) );
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