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psychopuppy

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hey, I just installed swaret. it's nice, but its kinda hard to find some packages with it , for example swaret can't find bittorrent but I found it after a quick googling. Im really lazy and i dont want to have to look for packages and their dependencies all over the net like this. so my question is, what repositories do you have in your swaret.conf. the only ones i have are:

REPOS_ROOT=LinuxPackagesDOTNET%ftp://ftp.linuxpackages.net/pub/Slackware-9.1

REPOS_ROOT=WWW.LinuxPackagesDOTNET%http://www3.linuxpackages.net/packages/Slackware-9.1/

REPOS_ROOT=BlazeBox%http://www.blazebox.homeip.net:81/diffie/slackware

REPOS_ROOT=SlackPack%http://www.slack.it/slackpack

REPOS_ROOT=CuoreDOTORG%http://heart.cuore.org/packages/slackware

thanks :)

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hmm i think i found the reason

[ ftp://ftp.slackware.no/pub/linux/slackware/slackware-9.1 ]

### Fetching CHECKSUMS List File... DONE!

### Fetching FILELIST List File... FAILED!

### Fetching PACKAGES List File for Packages... DONE!

### Fetching PACKAGES List File for Extra Packages... DONE!

### Fetching PACKAGES List File for Patches... DONE!

### Fetching ChangeLog... DONE!

=> Generating List Files... DONE!

i have no idea why this is happening though, if i log in directly on the ftp i can access the filelist just fine. :huh:

EDIT: for some odd reason, i tried the update again(for the 5th time) and it worked. so...problem solved, w00t.

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