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Re: does apt-setup exist?

On Thu, 2007-02-01 at 04:41 +0100, Marcus Blumhagen wrote:
> Is there somewhere a hint stating it's obsolete? In etch it still
> exists, but since it is not essential you might have removed it and
> hence don't find the executable.
> Or did I miss something. At least "apt-cache show base-config" shows:
> "Description: Debian base system configurator
>  This package handles setting up the Debian base system. It contains the
>  configuration program you see when you install Debian for the first time
>  and boot up your new Debian system.
>  .
>  It can be removed with no ill effects -- once your Debian system is
>  installed, this package's only useful function is to allow you to
>  reconfigure some things."
> No hint on obsoleteness.

This is what I see, 

        Description: Debian base system configurator (transitional
         This package is an empty package that is no longer used. It can
        be  removed with no ill effects.

But I'm on unstable, not Etch, not sure if it makes any difference. On 
packages.debian.org I can only find base-config in stable and oldstable.

Sven Arvidsson
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