Bug#864270: gcrypt issue, feedback from Debian MATE Team
mike.gabriel at das-netzwerkteam.de
Wed Jun 7 04:43:57 UTC 2017
On Wednesday, June 7, 2017, Omar Jair Purata Funes wrote:
> No external file systems tied, not even a foreign package or a non-official repo it's a MATE installation from minimal setup & used the tasksel package to install the rest of the mate desktop. The other 2 computers mentioned above had similar installations, both from a minimal Debian testing CD & Desktop installed using Tasksel, Both also had the :i386 version of the package.
Not good. I'll try to reproduce your setup today. Any more details about the installation, that are non-default. Locale? Keyboard? Encrypted Home? Encrypted LVM? Etc.
Thanks for any extra info to track this down.
> 2017-06-06 6:19 GMT-05:00 Mike Gabriel <mike.gabriel at das-netzwerkteam.de>:
> Control: tags -1 moreinfo
> on my local installation, I cannot reproduce the described issue. However, my test rig for MATE is a very minimal system setup. I don't use MATE for productive work.
> From apt-rdepends, one can guess, that the libgcrypt dependency relates to GVFS. Do you have any external file system resources tied into your desktop? E.g. SSHFS, WebDAV or such a thing?
> Please provide more info on your setup to get this fixed before the release.
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