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Re: Bug#770627: dbus: Please (consider) switch(ing) to no-await triggers


On Sun, 2014-12-07 at 14:01:51 +0100, Niels Thykier wrote:
> On 2014-12-05 05:20, Guillem Jover wrote:
> > Given this, the only options seem to be to possibly change the
> > --force-configure-any default to enabled (I'll try to test if this
> > helps in the dbus situation) which I'd rather not do (but oh well),
> > or disable the triggers dependency checks for jessie (and possibly
> > later releases, if apt does not get fixed for jessie) and go back
> > to the previous (broken, but known) behavior. :(

> As I mentioned to David/the APT maintainers, I could be interested in
> having the patch for #769609 in APT.  @Guillem, do you think that will
> deal with the issue?

That would fix the issue with dangling trigger-pending packages, but
I don't think it would fix the dbus issue. I've not tried to check a
dpkg workaround for that yet, sorry. I've got a fix for the nvidia
kernel module one, and asked for access to the ppc system with the pam
module 100% cpu usage bug, to try to confirm that's been fixed in .22,
which I think it does, but would like to make sure.

In any case I think .22 would be an improvement over what's currently
in testing.


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