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Bug#182632: marked as done (xterm: bad upgrade)

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Package: xterm
Severity: normal

No way to know which of the X packages is causing this, but xterm was
part of the run.  (All the X packages were install'ed together.)

Preconfiguring packages ...
The readlink command was not found.  Please install version 1.13.1 or later of
the debianutils package.
The readlink command was not found.  Please install version 1.13.1 or later of
the debianutils package.
The readlink command was not found.  Please install version 1.13.1 or later of
the debianutils package.
(Reading database ...

ii  debianutils         2.3.1               Miscellaneous utilities specific to Debian

Sid, today's dinstall run.

$ dlocate readlink
debianutils: /bin/readlink

Some debconf problem, apparently.

-- System Information
Debian Release: post-3.0(+)
Kernel Version: Linux phoenix 2.4.19 #1 Tue Sep 17 20:34:42 UTC 2002 i586 unknown unknown GNU/Linux

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I haven't heard anything further from the submitter; I presume a
missing "which" command was an idiosyncrasy of his system.

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