Hi Martin, On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 02:53:08PM +0200, Martin Kraus wrote: > Is there a way to find circular dependencies in apt? Meaning groups of > packages that aren't used by any programs and are installed only because a > depends on b, b on c, c on d and d on a? I don't know about other apt tools, but aptitude resolves these situations automatically, so long as the packages in question are marked as being automatically installed. Cheers, Tom -- Q: What do they call the alphabet in Arkansas? A: The impossible dream.
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