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Re: apt-get install sysvinit-core removes gnome?


cc:ing the apt maintainers to get their opinion on making this the default...

On Sonntag, 19. Oktober 2014, Thomas Krennwallner wrote:
> > Basically, this boils down to the fact that people shouldn't have to read
> > a manpage about a complex priority scheme in an equally-complex
> > resolver. All I want is for aptitude to behave in a sane way by default.
> I think it's time to use apt-cudf. On a standard sid installation with
> gnome, it could perfectly resolve this situation:
>  % apt-get -s --solver aspcud install sysvinit-core
[keeps gnome]
> Compare with apt-get without aspcud:
>  % sudo apt-get -s install sysvinit-core
[removes gnome]


I guess the usual "too late for jessie" applies, though, or?


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