Adam D. Barratt <email@example.com> (19/09/2012): > loop-aes-utils was removed from unstable a while ago (see #680748). > It's still in testing, because britney won't remove it due to a > dependency from the "faux package" d-i-meta-faux. > > d-i-m-f ensures that a number of packages important to d-i are not > accidentally removed from testing. I'm not sure exactly how the > original list was derived, but the current version can be found at > http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=mirror/britney1.git;a=blob;f=fauxpkg/noremove.d/d-i.list;hb=1a77a0b546b4d53c8ecf7562b236684df0a1362e > > Does it still make sense for that list to include loop-aes-utils, or > should we remove it, thus allowing l-a-e to be dropped from wheezy? I think it's OK to remove, fast is good. If anything breaks, it'd be nice to still have a few days to fix it. ;) Mraw, KiBi.
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