Make bug package required? (was Re: berolist.deb)
Could we make the "bug" package either required or standard so that it is
installed by default? The manpage on bug then needs to mention some of the
basics of bug reporting as well.
On Sat, 10 May 1997, joost witteveen wrote:
> > hi there!
> > I don't know if this is the right place, if i am wrong, please tell me
> > where can i send this kind of info...
> > I downloaded the berolist1-X.x.deb and installed it, i have to say that
> > most of the configuration that it does for debian, is wrong!, it doesn't
> > work at all :(
> Probably best to file a bugreport (see
> for more info). Please include _what_ went wrong!
> > Same for http-analyze that require the libgd installed, and i have
> > installed libgd, the problem is that the real name in the debian packages
> > is libgd1 just because that ONE it doesn't install :( is there any way to
> > fix that?
> Probably install libgd1. Chances are, that http-analyze doesn't work
> with your libgd (probably a to old version), that's why the change
> of package name. If it _does_ work (you can check this by running dpkg
> like "dpkg -i --force-depends http-analyze..."), then it's probably
> a bug in http-analyze. See above for info on fileing bugreports.
> joost witteveen, email@example.com
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