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Re: Packages failing to be removed from testing

On Sun, Sep 21, 2003 at 12:39:07PM -0500, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > trying: -gnome-core
> > skipped: -gnome-core (5 <- 172)
> >     got: 52+0: a-52
> >     * alpha: galeon-nautilus, gnome-admin, gnome-media, gnome-pilot, gnome-pilot-conduits, gnome-pim-conduits, gnomeicu, ickle-gnome, libpanel-applet-ruby, nautilus, seti-applet
> Suggestion: wait-and-see
> Analysis: Replaced by meta-gnome2, which is also not yet ready for
>  testing.  Revisit next week to see how the GNOME dependencies are
>  coming along.

One thing that will help is:

Package: seti-applet
Testing: 0.4.1-3
Unstable: 2.1.3-5
Bugs: not-filed
Suggestion: remove-outdated-binaries
 Contrib, old binaries (0.4.1-3) on arm, m68k, mips, mipsel, s390.
 setiathome isn't available on these architectures so there's little
 point in keeping these binaries. Blocks removal of old gnome-core.

> > trying: -suidmanager
> > skipped: -suidmanager (23 <- 152)
> >     got: 42+0: a-42
> >     * alpha: amavis-ng-milter-helper
> Suggestion: um,-wtf
> Analysis: If amavis-ng-milter-helper depends on suidmanager in testing,
>  I'm not seeing it.  Is this a bug?

amavis-ng in testing did. It's not displayed there because amavis-ng is
Architecture: all, and such uninstallables are only counted on i386.

(Not a bug, but a curious quirk ...)

amavis-ng is held up due to a lack of arj on arm and hppa. Bugs are
filed about both of these, namely #192563 and #203832.

Colin Watson                                  [cjwatson@flatline.org.uk]

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