I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and I have apparently messed up my system with various versions of duplicity installations:
- first I had 0.6.18 installed from the default repo,
- then I tried using 0.6.23 from the PPA
- in the end I built 0.6.24 from the source and installed it
(I list this for completeness but I don't really think this is
Now my system behaves like this:
root@host:~# duplicity -V duplicity 0.6.24 root@host:~# which -a duplicity /usr/bin/duplicity root@host:~# /usr/bin/duplicity -V duplicity 0.6.24 root@host:~# head /usr/bin/duplicity #!/usr/bin/python2.7 # -*- Mode:Python; indent-tabs-mode:nil; tab-width:4 -*- # # duplicity -- Encrypted bandwidth efficient backup # Version 0.6.23 released $reldate # # Copyright 2002 Ben Escoto <email@example.com> # Copyright 2007 Kenneth Loafman <firstname.lastname@example.org> # # This file is part of duplicity.
Is there some kind of binary cache in Ubuntu that is being used here?
root@host:~$ cat /usr/bin/duplicity | grep 24 return 128 * 1024 if maxopen < 1024: log.FatalError(_("Max open files of %s is too low, should be >= 1024.\n" "Use 'ulimit -n 1024' or higher to correct.\n") % (maxopen,), root@host:~$ cat /usr/bin/duplicity | grep 23 # Version 0.6.23 released $reldate log.Log(u"duplicity 0.6.23 ($reldate)", verbosity)