2012/9/22 Andrei POPESCU <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Sb, 22 sep 12, 10:38:47, Gábor Hársfalvi wrote:
>> When I run the command "apt-get autoremove" it wants to remove 115
>> packages, for example "network-manager, network-manager-gnome,
>> software-center, update-manager-core, update-manager-gnome,
>> But I don't want to remove these because I think they are important
>> system packages. Don't they are?
>> Why autroremove wants to remove they now?
> You probably removed some (meta)package that depended on those packages.
>> I was know that autoremove usually helps cleaning my system safely so
>> I used it a lot before without problem.
> If it were so safe the operation would have been performed
> automatically, don't you think?
> It's not going to destroy your system, but I wouldn't run the
> apt-get autoremove && apt-get clean
> from a cronjob
>  aptitude does, but it can be argued that it's primary mode of
> operation is the interactive one, where the admin can still decide to
> mark some packages as manually installed before proceeding.
>  e.g. Essential: yes packages will never be removed in the default
> Kind regards,
> Offtopic discussions among Debian users and developers:
"It's not going to destroy your system, but I wouldn't run the
apt-get autoremove && apt-get clean
from a cronjob
" -> So I should leave these packages there and leave
running these commands?
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