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Bug#262344: marked as done (debian-installer: Please add gnutls11 and gcrypt11 packages)



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[2004-07-29] Accepted gnutls11 1.0.16-4 (i386 source)

This means that gnutls11 will enter testing in time for the freeze.

**   Please add libgnutls11 and libgcrypt11   **
**  to the list of packages installed by d-i. **

Rationale: cf. http://lists.debian.org/debian-release/2004/07/msg00075.html
and followups.

Executive summary: I want to convert as many packages as possible,
including libopencdk8 and exim4, to use gnutls11/gcrypt11 instead of
the obsolete gnutls10/gcrypt7 packages which are unmaintained (and
warned against) by Upstream, for multiple reasons.

As their Debian maintainer, in my opinion the proper label for the
situation we would be in if a nontrivial security problem should appear
in one of these packages is "nightmare". It is therefore important
(hence the priority of this bug ;-) that we take all possible steps to
avoid actually using these old packages in Sarge.

Thus, please apply. Thanks.

- -- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
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  APT policy: (650, 'testing'), (601, 'unstable'), (542, 'experimental')
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We're not making changes of this sort to d-i anymore. The bug was also
filed on the wrong package, but that's irrelevant, I suppose.

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see shy jo

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