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Re: Upgrading X shouldn't overwrite XF86Config, or should it?

Branden Robinson <branden@debian.org> writes:

> On Wed, Dec 12, 2001 at 09:44:28AM +0100, Mikael Hedin wrote:
> > See bug on xserver-common (closed, but not fixed IMO)
> 1) xserver-common doesn't have anything to do with XF86Config*

Well, /usr/bin/dexconf is a part of xserver-common, but actually, the
problem was that xserver-xfree86.postinst called dexconf and clobbered
the files.  Sorry for the mixup.  Anywaym it's fixed in -11.

> 2) have you bothered to support your opinion with facts, such as an
>    understanding of how 4.1.0-11 works?

This was for 4.1.0-10, as the bug report says.
Did you read the bug-report, including the version info? 

> I didn't think so.



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