Re: Bug#645656: network-manager in Gnome
Laurent Bigonville <firstname.lastname@example.org> écrivait (wrote) :
> Well as already said, gnome-core meta-package depends on official core
> GNOME modules, which network-manager is part of. If you don't want to
> install network-manager, don't install gnome-core meta-package.
I don't want to have to know which packages I have to install to have a
fonctionnal gnome desktop. So I want to install gnome and I want it to
install a gnome desktop.
During last upgrade network-manager does break things on my station (home
theater, gnome desktop, kids game station, kvm server, 2 net providers,
vpn, dmz, local lan, ... you don't want to know). It was working before
network-manager, it works now with
echo exit > /etc/defaul/NetworkManager
I need gnome and I need network. My network.
apt defaults to install all recommands, gnome works fine without
network-manager-gnome, network-manager-gnome depends network-manager and
network-manager breaks some unusual installations.
This declares a strong, but not absolute, dependency.
The Recommends field should list packages that would be found
together with this one in all but unusual installations.
This field has been done for network-manager-gnome !
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