On Thursday 10 April 2008, Otavio Salvador wrote: > Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > On Wednesday 09 April 2008, Joey Hess wrote: > >> Also, when apt-install is fixed to complain about queued items that > >> fail to install, won't it start complaining about acpi if it's not on > >> the netinst? > > > > I have a half-finished patch that does that, but it depends on how > > apt-install is called. It will only complain about packages that were > > queued with 'apt-install -r'. > > I thought about Joey's comment and I believe that every call to > apt-install should mean that a package is required. So the package > will be installed in all installation methods. This makes the same > installation result on all available methods them. I assume that this means you have done a complete inventory of all cases (and for all architectures) where we call apt-update and whether or not the package really is required? If not, then this is a completely empty statement that I'll happily ignore.
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