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Bug#589213: Do not install Exim in minimal system

(Daniel: sorry for the private duplicate of this mail; no need to CC me.)

On Saturday 17 July 2010, Daniel Richard G. wrote:
> On Sat, 2010 Jul 17 13:35+0200, Frans Pop wrote:
> > So: as the reported issue is already fixed in current daily built D-I
> > images and as the Recommends in popcon is functionally correct, there
> > is absolutely zero need to make any changes in popcon.
> Okay, now I'm a little confused.
> So I see in the pkgsel ChangeLog that you addressed this back in late
> February. And I see that the current d-i downloads (netboot in
> particular) are dated early July, the same for both sid and squeeze. So
> why did this problem come up at all? Petter mentioned that version 0.26
> of pkgsel was being used, but why would an early-July build of d-i use a
> version of pkgsel from last December?

I'm not sure what image was used by the bug reporter, but I assume a 
current "D-I alpha 1" image. The alpha1 images date from mid February.

Until today, the version of pkgsel in testing was 0.26, which does not have 
my latest changes. This also means that current "squeeze_d-i" images still 
have the old version.

As you can see from [1] my final work on Recommends handling in D-I was 
done _after_ the alpha1 release.

I verified earlier today that with a daily built D-I image exim4 does not 
get pulled in when popcon is installed during pkgsel.


[1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-boot/2010/02/msg00148.html

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