Re: Anybody else having delay issues with updating testing/ wheezy? [solved]
On Thursday 17 March 2011 15:09:26 Krzysztof Bieniasz wrote:
> > As I default to LibO rather than OOo, the removal of OOo is just fine.
> > However, the upgrade did confuse me, because if it is removing OOo, I'm
> > not sure why OOo packages are also being upgraded:
> > The following packages will be upgraded: <snip>
> > openoffice.org openoffice.org-base openoffice.org-common
> > openoffice.org-gcj openoffice.org-gnome openoffice.org-help-en-gb
> > openoffice.org-help-en-us openoffice.org-l10n-en-gb
> > openoffice.org-officebean <snip>
> > which results then in unresolved dependencies:
> > The following packages have unmet dependencies:
> > libreoffice-debian-menus: Conflicts: libreoffice-bundled which is
> > a virtual package.
> > ure: Breaks: openoffice.org-core (< 1:3.3~) but
> > 1:3.2.1-11+squeeze2 is installed.
> > The following actions will resolve these dependencies:
> > Remove the following packages:
> > 1) libreoffice-debian-menus
> > 2) openoffice.org-core
> > 3) openoffice.org-evolution
> > Anyway, thanks again for the assist.
> > AG
> OOo are being upgraded because there are new versions of these packages
> in the repos. Only that they don't provide OOo anymore -- they've been
> changed to transitional metapackages, depending on libreoffice packages.
> Once you have libreoffice you can remove them since you won't be needing
> them anymore. In fact you could purge OOo first and then install LibO.
> That should take care of the dependancies.
No; libreoffice isn't complete yet and still relay on a few packages from
openoffice. I tried to remove them, but then it want to pull out libreoffice as