Re: libao0, libao2: conflict, cannot dist-upgrade
David Z Maze wrote:
> Erik Steffl <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> ES> there is a problem with libao2 trying to overwrite a library that
> ES> libao0 also provides
> (Report a bug through the Debian bug-tracking system! See
> http://bugs.debian.org/ for some details. It'll be far more likely to
> reach the maintainer and actually get fixed than just sending mail to
> debian-user. For that matter, see http://bugs.debian.org/libao2
> before you start.)
since I saw it happening for few days and saw no message on the
debian-user I though it might be just my problem.
I just checked the bug database and it looks like it was fixed today,
can't check it though since I cannot get any packages (404 on ALL of
them). Anybody knows what's goint on? Are there new paths for distros?
> ES> and no matter what I do it doesn't want to finish upgrading (or
> ES> install/remove any packages), here's the error message I get when
> ES> I do upgrade:
> ES> jojda:/home/erik# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
> ES> ... snipped normal messages...
> ES> Building Dependency Tree... Done
> ES> You might want to run `apt-get -f install' to correct these.
> ES> Sorry, but the following packages have unmet dependencies:
> ES> vorbis-tools: Depends: libao2 (>= 0.8.0-1) but it is not installed
> ES> E: Unmet dependencies. Try using -f.
> This is an APT feature; it insists on having consistent and correct
> dependencies. It also leaves you kind of scrod if you have a package
> that won't install. But that's what you get for living on the
> bleeding edge; if you're tracking unstable, this sort of problem
> shouldn't faze you at all.
> (FWIW, I got around this issue by just installing libao0, since I
> didn't have anything else that depended on it. If you have pyao or
> mpg321, though, this won't work for you.)
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