With today's 1.14.18 dpkg update in Testing, my initramfs-tools
status has changed from "ii" to "it", meaning that I want the
package installed and triggers are pending. FWIW, the system
attained this state without dpkg ever being invoked with an
explicit trigger-related command-line option. initramfs-tools
was updated about six days before the latest dpkg and the "ii"
only changed to "it" when dpkg was updated.
According to "man dpkg", "triggers-pending" means "The package
has been triggered", which sounds to me like the exact opposite
of triggers pending.
Do I need to run "dpkg --configure --pending", and if so how
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