[tex-live] ctan->tl updates caught up
zdenek.wagner at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 13:12:30 CEST 2012
2012/8/3 Philip TAYLOR <P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk>:
> T T wrote:
>> Yeah, and then just keep rebooting for each random file that failed?
>> I wouldn't call this the preferred solution.
> No, Tomek : please see my immediately preceding answer to
> Reinhard. /One/ re-boot at most is needed, which updates
> all files that could not be updated because they were
> in use at the time.
If the antivirus does not look at files installed during reboot, how
can you prevent virus infection. Knowing that, if I were a virus
developer, I would schedule virus intrusion to the reboot time in
order not to be caught by antivirus. If I were an antivirus SW
developer, I would try to ensure that antivirus is the first running
service after local disks are accessible, before network becomes
available, before any boot actions are executed. (In my Linux computer
firewall starts earlier than the network.)
>> Anyway, based on the error message, I think I understand the root
>> cause of this particular problem:
>> The fix I committed yesterday should hopefully make it go away.
> That is excellent news : thank you for your work on this.
> ** Phil.
> MIL-05991/237/2012-B : Any loss of data or other computer malfunction
> resulting directly or indirectly from the use of Linux will be regarded
> as a self-inflicted injury and treated accordingly. Users of Mac OS/X
> will be assumed to be insane. You have been warned ...
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