Re: Accepted apt 0.6.44.0bpo2 (source all i386)
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- Subject: Re: Accepted apt 0.6.44.0bpo2 (source all i386)
- From: Mathias Behrle <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 01:37:19 +0200
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* Norbert Tretkowski am Wed, 31 May 2006 13:33:51 +0200:
>> /usr/bin/apt-key: line 62: gpg: command not found
>> dpkg: error processing apt (--configure):
>> subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 127
>> Shouldn't gnupg made a dependency in apt?
> Hmm... the problem here is, that I forced adding the bpo key to the
> apt keyring in the postinst. But in general, gpg is not required for
> apt, so I don't like the idea of adding it to the dependencies. I'll
> think about it.
I understand, but the problem is, that there is no way to install apt
this way without installing gnupg first.
And in my opinion this *is* a dependency. At least for me it was.