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Bug#599185: [PATCH] Remove "Manually unmarking packages" section

The only concrete action listed is to unmark linux-image packages as
automatically installed, but apt in lenny installs a conffile adding
"^linux-image.*" to the NeverAutoRemove list.


Signed-off-by: Julien Cristau <jcristau@debian.org>
 en/upgrading.dbk |   34 ----------------------------------
 1 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 34 deletions(-)

diff --git a/en/upgrading.dbk b/en/upgrading.dbk
index 06fc6a8..48ccd94 100644
--- a/en/upgrading.dbk
+++ b/en/upgrading.dbk
@@ -452,40 +452,6 @@ conflicts if they should occur.
-<section id="handle-conflict">
-<title>Manually unmarking packages</title>
-To prevent <command>apt-get</command> from removing some packages that were
-pulled in through dependencies, you need to manually unmark them as
-<emphasis>auto</emphasis> packages.  
-<command>apt-get</command> does not provide an interface
-for marking or unmarking <emphasis>auto</emphasis> packages, so you will need
-to use <command>aptitude</command> for this.
-<!-- FIXME: Check if this is required, as there is no kernel upgrade
- this might not be necessary -->
-To upgrade to &release; you will need to unmark the 2.6 kernel images if you
-have installed them using a kernel metapackage:
-# aptitude unmarkauto $(dpkg-query -W 'linux-image-2.6.*' | cut -f1)
-  <para>
-    You can review which packages are marked as <emphasis>auto</emphasis> in
-    aptitude by running:
-  </para>
-  <screen># aptitude search '~i~M'</screen>
 <section id="upgrade-process">
 <title>Preparing sources for APT</title>

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