Re: how to remove exim4 without removing mysql-server?
On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 12:13:05AM +0000, Brian Nelson wrote:
> This is another good example of why apt-get should be avoided, since it
> gave absolutely no indication as to the problem you correctly diagnosed.
Funny, I was able to easily diagnose what was going on. :) It's not like
it was hard to figure out what those three packages had in common.
> The OP should use a real APT front-end.
Anything as long as it's not aptitude.
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