Re: Removing KDE messed up the network
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On Fri, 23 Mar 2007 10:07:06 +0000
Liam O'Toole <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 23 Mar 2007 10:32:29 +0100
> Florian Kulzer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The fact that your working network connection was broken by
> > installing and then removing avahi-daemon, on the other hand,
> > sounds like a real bug. (But it is probably not a bug of aptitude.)
> If aptitude removed a package because it conflicted with avahi-daemon
> or a dependency thereof, would it then restore that package upon
> removal of avahi-daemon? If not, I would consider it a bug.
The strange thing is I **think** avahi-daemon was installed
**before** KDE desktop was put on the machine. What I find strange is
that Aptitude removed it when it wasn't installed as part of KDE.
Removing it was one thing - the network broke when the boot scripts
called a script that's apparently part of the avahi-daemon package. Then
DHCP stopped running, I guess because of the errors the boot script
returned. I find the whole scenario utterly confusing.
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