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Bug#309329: marked as done (sarge upgrade)

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Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 14:57:31 +0200
From: Marco Bertolini - Sal <marco.bertolini1@studenti.unipr.it>
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Subject: sarge upgrade
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Package: upgrade-reports

Archive date: Sun May 15 19:00:02 UTC 2005
uname -a: Linux charas 2.4.29 #10 Sat Mar 26 15:40:33 CET 2005 i686
Method: apt-get -f dist-upgrade

Contents of /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb http://ftp.it.debian.org/debian sarge main contrib non-free
deb ftp://ftp.nerim.net/debian-marillat/ testing main

- Were there any non-Debian packages installed before the upgrade?  If
  so, what were they?

I used amule, amavisd-new, clamav, dovecot from the backports.org

I also used xbindkeys and xbindkeys-config from

deb http://b.berteau.free.fr/ stable main

Finally I installed mplayer from marillat repository

- Was the system pre-update a pure woody system? If not, which packages
  were not from woody?

Apart from the previously described unofficial woody packages, the
sistem was a pure woody system.

- Did any packages fail to upgrade?

No packages failed to upgrade.

- Were there any problems with the system after upgrading?

Further Comments/Problems:

I had to manually uninstall libtime-hires-perl, libdigest-md5-perl
and libmime-base64-perl. Anyway the further was signaled to me
by deborphan.
I also had to upgrade fetchmail by itself, beacuse the system wasn't
able to remove fetchmail-common

Please attach the output of "COLUMNS=200 dpkg -l" (or "env COLUMNS ...",
depending on your shell) from before and after the upgrade so that we
know what packages were installed on your system.

Doh! I forgot to save the output before the upgrade. I hope that the
output after the upgrade will be useful

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Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 21:36:04 -0400
From: Benjamin Seidenberg <astronut@dlgeek.net>
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Subject: Closing old bugs
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This bug report refers to problems upgrading from a stable woody system 
to an almost complete sarge, while Sarge was still testing or in some 
cases, an even earlier transition. Since sarge has been released for 
several months now, I think this report no longer applies, and am 
closing it. Many of these issues were fixed, the rest most likely do not 
matter. If you feel this bug was closed prematurely, please reopen the bug.

Thank You,
Benjamin Seidenberg

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