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RE: kde being removed

If I ever come across something like that, I abort the apt-get upgrade and run dselect instead.

That way, I can usually see that it says whatever package depends on something which is not available or whatever.

Hasn't happened very often though, and I've never used KDE, so can't be more specific unfortunately.



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-----Original Message-----
From: Nathan Frankish [mailto:internat01@optusnet.com.au] 
Sent: Friday, 14 January 2005 12:08 PM
To: debian-testing@lists.debian.org
Subject: kde being removed

So is there a reason that when I do a apt-get dist-upgrade or even use apt-get upgrade it goes to remove kde? I haven't specified it to, yet it wants to.. any ideas?

Nathan "Internat" Frankish
-----Original Message-----
From: Hans-Georg Bork [mailto:hgb@hgbhome.net]
Sent: Friday, 14 January 2005 8:03 AM
To: debian-testing@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: Daemon Programming


On Thu, Jan 13, 2005 at 02:43:47PM -0600, "Sergio Cu?llar" wrote:
> [...]
> If I restart the program by hand, /etc/init.d/my_serverd restart, and 
> I use again the client program, the server works fine. I really dont 
> have any idea, what´s happening.

it sounds that something is missing at boottime which is available after a complete boot. Try to set the symlinks with S99my_serverd; this should start the service after everything else is started.
> Does anyone have any idea why this would occur?
> Thanks,
> Sergio Cuéllar Valdés
> --
> "Meine Hoffnung soll mich leiten
> Durch die Tage ohne Dich
> Und die Liebe soll mich tragen
> Wenn der Schmerz die Hoffnung bricht"

"Wenn auch alles stirbt, die Hoffnung stirbt zuletzt." 


	-- hgb

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