I did an 'apt-cache stats' today, and it was very nice to see that we
have 17519 packages total.
3635 packages are "missing", however. An 'apt-cache unmet | grep -c
"unmet dep:" brings out 662 packages with unmet dependencies; 'apt-cache
-i unmet | grep -c "unmet dep:" shows 219 of them as "important".
Hmmm. That looks like a lot of work. But where to start? And who does
that? The QA team?
Sorry if I ask silly questions here - I'm a newbie (still reading and
therefore not even thinking about registering as a NM".
wjl aka Wolfgang Lonien
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