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#1 2015-08-06 04:20:44

KrunchTime
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Heads Up - New Pkg in Unstable Repos May Result in Removal of Pkgs

Refer to my post here.

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#2 2015-08-06 18:20:33

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Re: Heads Up - New Pkg in Unstable Repos May Result in Removal of Pkgs

**Group Hug**

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#3 2015-08-06 20:30:04

Kuno
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Re: Heads Up - New Pkg in Unstable Repos May Result in Removal of Pkgs

That's why i do no dist-upgrade on sid. Synaptic tells me what will be installed/removed/upgraded. So i have the choice to bork or not to bork my system(s).  tongue
That said - cups update from 1.75 to 2.0.x broke detection of windows7-samba-printers in my office install. That was not funny. sad

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#4 2015-08-07 08:49:35

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Re: Heads Up - New Pkg in Unstable Repos May Result in Removal of Pkgs

Kuno wrote:

That's why i do no dist-upgrade on sid. Synaptic tells me what will be installed/removed/upgraded. So i have the choice to bork or not to bork my system(s).

apt-get dist-upgrade will tell a user the same things.

On another note, I tried installing the new package again yesterday and there are currently serious bugs with the package.  Time to just sit and wait things out.

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