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Re: [console-data] upgrade problem in preconfigure

Oops. Yes, I did. I don't understand why it should hang; I'll log it as
a bug and investigate. Might it be due to what you installed next? (I
can't reproduce it yet; any further info would help).


On Fri, 2002-12-06 at 22:16, Steve Greenland wrote:
> (re-arranged a little)
> > On Fri, 2002-12-06 at 11:52, Arnaud Vandyck wrote:
> > > I just point my apt source list to test unstable and console-data does
> > > not like it!... Here is the message and dselect just stop (I have to
> > > C-c to get out):
> > > 
> On 06-Dec-02, 12:57 (CST), Alastair McKinstry <mckinstry@debian.org> wrote: 
> > No, its a sign that the console-data maintainer (me) doesn't know what
> > is the best keymap for each of the given (human) languages/keymaps, and
> > needs help!
> Alastair, did you miss the "dselect just stop (I have to C-c to
> get out)" part of Arnaud's message? Because you can't just hang an
> installation run because you're having to guess a default. (I don't
> think you are, actually, because I've seen the barrage of keymap
> messages before, but never had a problem with it hanging.)
> Steve
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