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ota(fix): use gnu tar in ubuntu touch and pocketbook #2807

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@houqp houqp commented Apr 24, 2017

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@Frenzie Frenzie merged commit bdd0392 into koreader:master Apr 24, 2017
@houqp houqp deleted the ota branch April 24, 2017 06:37
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I am an NRA member, so it doesn't bother me, and I know the work you guys do can be frustrating, at times, but did you mean GNU ?

@Frenzie Frenzie changed the title ota(fix): use gun tar in ubuntu touch and pocketbook ota(fix): use gnu tar in ubuntu touch and pocketbook Apr 24, 2017
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Frenzie commented Apr 24, 2017

Yes, but unfortunately I only noticed the typo a split second after clicking merge. I didn't give it as much focus as the commands in the commit. :-P

Btw, there's a picture of a guntar here (via)

a guntar, a guitar with a hunting rifle on it

a guntar, a guitar with a hunting rifle on it

The typo itself is actually surprisingly rare. I searched for "gun tar" -guns -military -shot -shoot -shooting -foam but it's still showing a lot of noise. Only one result was about GNU Tar, namely and embarrassingly, the typo made it into a published book: Utilizing Open Source Tools for Online Teaching and Learning: Applying Linux. Adding an extract at the end, i.e., "gun tar" -guns -military -shot -shoot -shooting -foam extract helps give you a fair bit of typo results.

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