I went ahead and did the upgrade this afternoon, which was
actually quite straightforward. I've got one problem with akonadi,
which I'll post to a new thread in a minute. It might also be related
to my activities (or laziness, if you prefer
in the past.
On Sunday 07 March 2010 18:00:03 Modestas Vainius wrote:
> Let's see. You didn't bother to keep your system clean in the past so now you
> face these "autoremovals". All these packages have been pulled by something
> else in the past which you have already removed. But those leaf dependencies
> still remain.
I'll cop to most of those - certainly the libs and various other
'pull-ins' - but some of those apps were definitely installed
directly and intentionally. Obvious example from the end of the
list was umbrello. I subsequent installed it again, and it's all
good - so it was just an oddity in the upgrade.
Could it be related to the fact I usually use apt-get rather
> # aptitude markauto ~slibs
Thank you for this hint. Now done. Hopefully I don't really
need all those plasma-scriptengines that just got removed.
> The win is that you will free 300 mb of crap. Just do it
> once and you will never need to care about it again.
300MB really doesn't worry me that much, but your
point is well taken.
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