Re: Wrong version in gconf2 dependencies
On Wed, 2006-04-26 at 11:31, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> On Apr 26, Mike Bird <email@example.com> wrote:
> > In working on (unsupported) dist-upgrades from Ubuntu/Breezy
> > to Debian/Etch I ran into a lot of failures due to missing
> FYI, this will probably horribly break the udev configuration.
There may well be situations where Udev breaks but I haven't seen
them. You have to update Hal and Dbus and Udev but it works. One
can switch backwards and forwards between Breezy and Etch on a
server fairly easily.
Gnome is harder. Going from Etch to Breezy I ran into a residue
of unremovable packages which needed a lot of --force to clear,
and in several cases I had to delete a postrm script which was
trying and failing to update files which no longer existed.
Haven't tried KDE yet.