Le vendredi 4 janvier 2013 05:44:57, The Wanderer a écrit : > > That doesn't seem to match my experience. > > I most commonly encounter apt-listbugs bug lists via 'apt-get > dist-upgrade'. If I say "no" in response to the list of bugs, and then run > 'apt-get dist-upgrade' again, I see the same list of bugs. (I just did > this again, and checked /et/apt/preferences ; that file does not exist, > and /etc/apt/preferences.d/ is empty.) > > I don't nearly as often encounter apt-listbugs bug lists via 'apt-get > install [packagename]', but I do seem to recall that in cases where I have > done so, saying "no" and re-running the same command likewise produced the > same bug list; at the very least, it didn't try to prevent me from > installing the version which had been listed as buggy. (Nor would I want > it to, at least not without a way to override the block just as > conveniently as it was set up in the first place.) > > So either I'm not understanding what you mean by this description, or what > you're describing doesn't seem to be happening on my system. I think Gregor is describing the behavior when choosing p instead of n. In that case it sets a pinning and you don't see the bugs again. Best regards.
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