[tex-live] Tlmgr: Collection-langturkmen Forcibly Removed

Andreas Hirsch nishni_nowgorod at gaponline.de
Mon Apr 5 20:48:48 CEST 2010

Hi Victor,

quoting Victor Ivrii, [05.04.2010 20:38 +0100]:
> On Mon, Apr 5, 2010 at 2:00 PM, Andreas Hirsch
> <nishni_nowgorod at gaponline.de> wrote:
>> Hi Norbert,
>>> quoting Norbert Preining, [30.03.2010 15:11 +0100]:
>>>> On Di, 30 Mär 2010, Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard wrote:
>>>>> There used to be a problem in the way tlmgr computed dependencies when new
>>>>> collections are added. Norbert fixed it yesterday, so it should work with
>>>> Yes.
>>>>> today's tlmgr. Please get tlmgr 17611 from an up-to-date mirror, try again and
>>>>> report back.
>>>> No that is too late now, all those having done the update with the
>>>> old tlmgr are now in the situation that that langturkmen will appear
>>>> forcibly removed. That cannot be changed anymore. People should install
>>>> it by hand, or with tlmgr update --install-forcibly-removed
>> after updating tlmgr, I still get:
>> unknown option: install-forcibly-removed
> tlmgr update --reinstall-forcibly-removed

now I get:

huygens at spessart:~$ tlmgr update --reinstall-forcibly-removed
tlmgr: package repository
tlmgr update: please specify a list of packages or --all.
tlmgr: no updates available

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