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Bug#65599: marked as done (Problem with update-alternatives)

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Package: base 
Version: 2.2.15-06-07

In the /etc/alternatives directory, there is a file that says to use the
update-alternatives command to change alternative programs.  There is a
manpage, but no update-alternatives command.

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From: Edward Betts <edward@debian.org>
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So this bug is closed.

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