hm. after updating some packages i found out that old directories still
exist. (the older packages didn't clean themselves the right way)
should there be a possibility to do something like
to check the whole system ?
e.g. every package that has a checkscript gets this checkscript executed.
this way some kernel packages could check, that the user doesn't install
the wrong include files by hand, because he thinks, debian
is wrong, and he is right instead (asm,scsi,linux, you know the
emacs packages could warn you that you still didn't erase the old
of course all files that are in the package could be checked. (e.g. did
the user remove /bin/sh ?)
i am always not sure, wether my system is OK. :) sometimes it might be
useful to do a new installation (no update) only because then much of the
old unneeded rubbish is gone.
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