On Wed, Oct 23, 2019 at 10:36 Jiri Kanicky <email@example.com
I understand how it works. I am just warning others to wait before they
upgrade unless they want to have it broken.
I also know the risks of broken dependencies
Is there any way to manually fix？
sometimes it is hard to prevent myself from typing upgrade ：）
On 22/10/19 8:33 pm, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> Hi Jiri,
> Quoting Jiri Kanicky (2019-10-22 09:20:57)
>> I just updated my desktop Sid and it removed most core KDE packages.
>> When i try to install it back, it tells me dependencies are missing.
>> Dont recommend update to all KDE users.
> When you use Debian Sid, you are expected to understand how to hold back
> updates during library migrations.
> I recommend to either a) use Debian testing or Debian stable, or b) be
> more cautious when updating packages - e.g. look at the warnings emitted
> from the "apt upgrade" command.
> - Jonas