olpc-update 656 disassociates external apps installed in previous build
|Reported by:||chihyu||Owned by:||kimquirk|
|Keywords:||Cc:||katie, ffm, rmyers7@…, adricnet, mchua|
|Deployments affected:||Action Needed:|
A secured MP machine was upgraded from 653 to 656 via olpc-update 656.
The only external application I installed in 653 was Adobe Flash, and it was gone after the update. (Flash player version test shows GSH 8,0,99,0).
Build 653 can be retrieved by holding down the O key while rebooting, and flash payer version test shows LNX 9,0,115,0, which is the Adobe Flash version I installed.
Please also refer to the following user feedback (excerpt from
> I just updated to 656, using the internet incremental update. Everything > I installed on 653 is gone -- Java, Flash, XFCE, OpenOffice, a Java > application, preference folders. You get the idea. However, all the > space that they took up still seems used. I'm not back down to anything > resembling a 300mb clean image. > > So where's it hiding? Can it be recovered? If it can't be recovered, how > do I reclaim the space?
Change History (10)
comment:2 Changed 8 years ago by chihyu
- Component changed from distro to upgrade utility
- Owner changed from jg to cscott
- Priority changed from normal to high
comment:3 follow-up: ↓ 5 Changed 8 years ago by cscott
- Component changed from upgrade utility to website
- Owner changed from cscott to kimquirk