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Hunk #1 FAILED at 128.

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  1. L4S

    L4S Well-Known Member

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    when we ./upcp we get the following message:

    patching file anonusr.htm
    Hunk #1 FAILED at 128.
    1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file anonusr.htm.rej

    Very strange, anyone know what this is?

    Thanks

    L4s..

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    DWHS.net Well-Known Member
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    :confused: wooo

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    Have no clue but I think we may all be in same boat .. it might be sinking but it's the same boat. I have 5 boxes ...all 5 are doing that on upcp

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  4. L4S

    L4S Well-Known Member

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    Only started about 2 days ago.....All seems to be OK with the box and services....nothing broken as such.....So the boat is still afloat. ;-)

    L4s.

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    Same here on 4 servers I updated this morning.

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    I get this too....

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    Even though I have manual updates set for everything, in this mornings copy of the cron output for the auto upcp at 2am I got (partial output here):

    PHP version file is up to date
    Hmm... Looks like a unified diff to me...
    The text leading up to this was:
    --------------------------
    |--- anonusr.htm.orig Sun Aug 24 22:04:01 2003
    |+++ anonusr.htm Sun Aug 24 22:27:50 2003
    --------------------------
    Patching file anonusr.htm using Plan A...
    Hunk #1 succeeded at 128.
    done


    So I guess it worked. But why did it run on its own AND what is this ??
    :confused:

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  9. Joshfrom

    Joshfrom Well-Known Member

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    I spoke with Nick this morning about this. /scripts/upcp is trying to modify a FrontPage file. He assures me that you can safely ignore this message.
     
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    :) thank you

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    euselect Well-Known Member

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    Its a patch that fails to apply , because the patch has previously been applied. I got this message the second time i run upcp

    Neil

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    will i ever be able to upgrade past the 135 build.

    I want to get the do you have the latest version

    YEP EXCITING! MESSAGE!!!
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