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On 06/11/2013 11:38, Paul Sutton wrote:
I have just run sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade on my pi, not done this for a while and its my new pi, so a fresh image and only had the pi a few weeks, anyway, the above process took ages due to pulling in lots of new packages / updates so if you have not updated for a while you may want to look in to doing an update. it seems to pull in some packages for piface too all i wanted to do was install nmap. Paul
You might have just got away with doing sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install nmapStill it's nice to keep it up to date. If you have multiple Pis then you could always install Squid to act as a proxy server to cache the updates or that other program that caches apt updates to a storage device for installing offline.
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