Bug#773550: autoremoval problem on gnome wheezy to jessie upgrades
niels at thykier.net
Sun Jan 25 10:56:33 UTC 2015
I suspect we waiting for more information from you on this bug (last
message quoted in full for your convenience below).
On Sun, 21 Dec 2014 13:24:03 +0100 Holger Levsen <holger at layer-acht.org>
> Hi Joss,
> On Samstag, 20. Dezember 2014, Josselin Mouette wrote:
> > Most of these candidates look fine to me. They are packages removed from
> > the dependency tree of the âgnomeâ metapackage in jessie, and thereâs
> > nothing wrong with that.
> > Except for libreoffice. Which brings us to the java problems, mostly
> > related to LO as well.
> what's your proposal for that, is there a bug about this?
> > > much and fails when it try to remove sudo. (This failure to remove sudo
> > > is a feature and not subject of this bug report..)
> > I see.
> sudo removes fine if a root password is set, this how piuparts solves this
> issue. I think it's also possible to force something else with SUDO_SOME_VAR,
> but I might be wrong...
> > This is because nothing in GNOME depends on sudo/gksu anymore. And this
> > was the way sudo was kept in the dependency tree.
> > Given the usefulness of this package, but its absence of relation to
> > GNOME, I think a dependency on sudo should be added to task-desktop.
> > Would it be OK to reassign?
> I'd be totally fine with that. Bugs are for everyone and can be easily cloned
> and reassigned (and closed too :)
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