Bug#283793: debian-installer: quik is still installed and trying to do unwanted things on my harddisk which my break.
On Wed, Dec 01, 2004 at 02:13:50PM -0500, Joey Hess wrote:
> Sven Luther wrote:
> > Package: debian-installer
> > Severity: important
> > I am doing a install of the jigdo DVD images for powerpc, using the 24.11.2004
> > jigdo images, which should use RC2.
> > Quik is still installed on my chrp/pegasos system, even though it should only
> > be installed on oldworld powerpc hardware.
> > It has been month since this is a known problem, and nothing happened to solve
> > this issue, which i hear has to do with the override file, or something such.
> This isn't a bug in quik-installer? Can you point me to a reference
> about the override file thing?
The bug is that quik is Priority: important when it should be extra (as
a package only appropriate to specific hardware); this is bug #278187
However, the current version of quik in unstable works around this, and
I've approved that for testing, so that should fix this bug too. It's
still ugly that quik is installed, but shouldn't be harmful.
Colin Watson [firstname.lastname@example.org]