Re: Timezone upgrading problem
> In fact, while it is true that, selecting timezones, the old package
> goes correctly replaced
Actually in my case I had to recreate the /etc/localtime link.
At least I assume there was one before, I never checked.
It might also be because dselect didn't automatically replace timezone, it
just uninstalled it. Leaving its conffiles. Later i got fed up with having
another removed/obsolete package so I purged it. That may have removed the
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