Hey, yeah the automatic logic for migrations to testing fail on kdepim, because some archs do not built that fast only some packages have been build on all archs and those are migrating to testing without the rest of kdepim and as the packages in testing tell a minimal version and not a maximum some packages get updated and than things break. I hoped that with proper ABI bumps things get better. but it doesn't looks it is enough... hefee -- On Montag, 8. Oktober 2018 19:51:50 CEST Luigi Toscano wrote: > /dev/fra ha scritto: > > On 08/10/18 15:26:25 CEST, Brad Rogers wrote: > >> On Sun, 07 Oct 2018 12:18:32 +0200 > >> > >> Martin Steigerwald <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >>> Anyone else seeing this? I like to rule out an installation issue > >>> before I report a bug. > >> > >> Is this in testing? > >> > >> Today, a few packages were upgraded to 18.08 from 17.2 in testing. It > >> broke several things, including korganiser & kaddressbook. A quick look > >> at packages.debian informs me that the 17.2 to 18.08 transition is far > >> from complete, and thus likely to break things in testing for a while. > > > > Sorry to hijack the thread, but indeed the upgrades of today broke the > > entire KDEPIM I suppose, as not even Kmail was working afterwards. > > > > These the relevant packages that have been installed and upgraded: > > > > - installed > > > > libkf5imap-data:amd64 (18.08.1-1, automatic) > > > > - upgraded > > > > libkf5kontactinterface5:amd64 (17.12.3-1, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5mime-data:amd64 (17.12.3-2, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5grantleetheme5:amd64 (17.12.3-1, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5grantleetheme-plugins:amd64 (17.12.3-1, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5imap5:amd64 (17.12.3-2, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5mime5abi1:amd64 (17.12.3-2, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5kontactinterface-data:amd64 (17.12.3-1, 18.08.1-1) > > libkf5mbox5:amd64 (17.12.3-1, 18.08.1-1) > > > > Uninstalling libkf5imap-data and downgrading back the other packages > > solved > > the problem for now. > > Or just upgrade every KDEPIM package to 18.08 from sid.
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