Re: "aptitude safe-upgrade" in sid has several broken packages
Rick Thomas wrote:
Thanks for the suggestion...
But I think there's something I don't understand...
From the package descriptions, it sounds like the epiphany folks are
headed in the direction of epiphany-browser and away from
epiphany-webkit. Wouldn't installing epiphany-webkit be a step backwards?
I'm not sure. It seems you're right. Following informations from package
$ aptitude show epiphany-browser
Automatically installed: yes
Conflicts: epiphany-extensions (< 2.22.1-3), epiphany-gecko,
Replaces: epiphany-gecko, epiphany-webkit (< 2.28)
$ aptitude show epiphany-webkit
Automatically installed: no
Maintainer: Josselin Mouette <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Uncompressed Size: 53.2k
Depends: epiphany-browser (>= 2.28.0)
Description: Dummy, transitional package
This package has been made obsolete by epiphany-browser 2.28.0, and is
From descriptions above it's clear that you don't need epiphany-webkit
I just made a test and system allowed me to remove epiphany-webkit with
no problems amd dependencies.
Despite of information above it seems that installing epiphany-webkit
with all dependencies soled the problem. Not sure what was the cause :/