Re: Why did apt-get remove my equivs-made package to install gnupg?
Adam Funk (<firstname.lastname@example.org>) wrote:
> I compiled GnuPG myself and installed it in /usr/local/. To satisfy
> dependencies I created the following control file
> Package: gnupg-af
> Provides: gnupg
> Conflicts: gnupg
> Description: GnuPG compiled by AF.
> GnuPG compiled by AF
>From my system (Sarge):
andreas@sirius:~$ apt-cache show gnupg
Replaces: gpg-rsa, gpg-rsaref
Provides: gpg-rsa, gpg-rsaref
> and made a package file and installed it. A few days ago, while I was
> upgrading some KDE packages, apt-get required removing that package
> and installing the official gnupg package. Why?
Maybe your package is missing some of the additional "provides" entries.
Andreas Janssen <email@example.com>
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