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Re: why does syslog-ng remove anacron

On Tue, 21 Nov 2000, Steve Greenland wrote:

> On 21-Nov-00, 15:15 (CST), Cristian Ionescu-Idbohrn <cristian.ionescu-idbohrn@axis.com> wrote: 
> >  Package: syslog-ng
> > 
> > built and installed on potato.
> > 
> > It removes anacron.
> > 
> > It removes sysklogd too. I guess that is ok. But why anacron? As far as
> > I can see, syslog-ng does not provide cron-like functionality, does it?
> The anacron in potato Depends on sysklogd, so when sysklogd got removed,
> so did anacron. The anacron in woody has corrected the dependency to
> "sysklogd | system-log-daemon".

Oh well, I supose you can't always have it all, can you?

I see now there's bug#75369 reported on just this.

Does that mean that if I build the woody anacron-2.3-3 on potato and
install it, I'll get it the way I want it?


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