Bug#188667: marked as done (sid: dselect removed gnome without notice)
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While upgrading with the overnight up2dates, dselect did remove gnome,
The problem from dselect, she did not warn me in the 'Select' phase, as
it should, giving me the opportunity to adjust the selection.
(I only got the message in the 'Install' phase).
It is the first time I am aware of such a fact, but it could have happen
I did try to find wich package induced the withdrawn (maybe galeon), but
could not find the offender.
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On Thu, 2004-02-19 at 15:54 +0000, Colin Watson wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 12, 2003 at 09:25:59AM +0200, Gaetan Angely wrote:
> > Package: dselect
> > Version: 1.10.9
> > While upgrading with the overnight up2dates, dselect did remove gnome,=20
> > gnome-core ...
> > The problem from dselect, she did not warn me in the 'Select' phase, as=
> > it should, giving me the opportunity to adjust the selection.
> > (I only got the message in the 'Install' phase).
> > It is the first time I am aware of such a fact, but it could have happe=
> > former unnoticed.
> > I did try to find wich package induced the withdrawn (maybe galeon), bu=
> > could not find the offender.
> This should be fixed as of dselect 1.10.17:
> * Make dselect do conflict resolution when dealing with automatically
> selected recommended package. Thanks to Colin Watson for the analysis
> and patch. Closes: Bug#151663
> Please test.
No reply, and looks likely to have been fixed.
Have you ever, ever felt like this?
Had strange things happen? Are you going round the twist?
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