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Bug#363614: marked as done (lbxproxy conflicts with x11-common)

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and subject line lbx removed upstream
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Package: x11-common
Version: 1:7.0.14
Severity: important

x11-common conflicts with lbxproxy <= 6.9.0.dfsg.1-6, but there is no newer
version of lbxproxy available. Even if I try to run the old lbxproxy binary
(without actually installing the Debian package), that does not work, because
the new Xorg server does not support the LBX extension. As far as I can tell,
there is currently no way to get support for lbxproxy with any of the packages
in unstable.

-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
  APT prefers unstable
  APT policy: (500, 'unstable')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Shell:  /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash
Kernel: Linux
Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=C (charmap=ANSI_X3.4-1968)

Versions of packages x11-common depends on:
ii  debconf [debconf-2.0]         1.4.72     Debian configuration management sy
ii  debianutils                   2.15.6     Miscellaneous utilities specific t
ii  lsb-base                      3.1-3      Linux Standard Base 3.1 init scrip

x11-common recommends no packages.

-- debconf information:
  x11-common/xwrapper/allowed_users: Root Only
  x11-common/xwrapper/actual_allowed_users: rootonly
  x11-common/xwrapper/nice_value: 0

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We've now removed all traces of LBX upstream.  It's a woefully
inefficient compression method (see the paper quoted in this thread):
you're best off using ssh -X.


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