Re: In the update to 4.10 ...
On Tuesday 16 Jul 2013, Sune Vuorela wrote:
> On 2013-07-16, David Goodenough <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > how many packages are expected to be removed. apt-get is telling me 213,
> > including things like akregator that I use every day.
> I would say like a handful plus some replacements (like libfoo6abi1
> replaced by libfoo6abi2)
> It might be that the mirror is slightly outdated or that the build
> network just is catching up.
> If the error still persist tomorrow, please tell your architecture and
> exactly what apt is telling you.
Ok, the problem persists.
The machine is running sid, and apart from these problems is brought up
to date each day. It is a 686 machine. I am fetching from the virtual
mirror http.debian.net, and it is the only source listed in sources.list
and sources.list.d is empty.
I did "apt-get update; apt-get -u upgrade" this morning, and they went
fine, but then when I tried apt-get -u dist-upgrade I get the output you
can see at http://pastebin.com/ZJUzP83h .
If I try to install one of the things that is supposed to be removed like
akregator, it says it will install, but will still remove a bunch of stuff
(but only 90 or so rather than the 200 in this list).