Re: dist-upgrade: why "remove"?
> gparted was still on the "will be REMOVED" list and really was removed.
> As an experiment, I entered "apt-get install gparted" ... expecting apt to
> complain and abort. Instead, it installed gparted and two libraries.
Maybe gparted had been installed as a requirement by another package, not by
itself, then this package was somehow removed, and gparted was no more
"needed". I expect (and see) this trait in "aptitude", but not in
BTW, using "aptitude", instead of "apt-get" seems to be the new recommended
Iñaki Silanes / Chemistry Faculty UPV-EHU Donostia
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