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Bug#152269: marked as done (dselect is not optional, but aptitude thinks it is)



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Package: dpkg
Version: 1.10

Trying to upgrade dpkg (to 1.10.2) resulted in a broken dependency
because I had removed the dselect package.  I suppose this is
something in the dpkg dependencies, thus the report against dpkg.

In aptitude simply reselecting dselect resulted in a smooth upgrade.

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From: Wichert Akkerman <wichert@wiggy.net>
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Previously Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
> Trying to upgrade dpkg (to 1.10.2) resulted in a broken dependency
> because I had removed the dselect package.  I suppose this is
> something in the dpkg dependencies, thus the report against dpkg.

You can't remove dselect on purpose, so this is not a bug.

Wichert.

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