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linux-image-powerpc has the same broken dependency...

This bug prevents an "expert" mode install from properly installing Sid unless you chose a non-default kernel.

Instead of depending on linux-image-2.6.26-2-powerpc, in Sid, it should depend on linux-image-2.6.29-1-powerpc, because 2.6.26-2 doesn't exist in Sid.

The 2.6.26 version may (I haven't checked) exist in squeeze. But, unless you have both sid and squeeze repos in your sources.list, it's not available on a Sid system.

Is there some way this sort of thing could be automated? So that when a new latest linux-image package is put in the repository, the packages that should depend on it get automatically updated?


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