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Author Topic: [SOLVED] Wine Bug  (Read 418 times)

Offline tranquil

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[SOLVED] Wine Bug
« on: 2021/10/24, 19:26:11 »
Re-installing Debian Unstable on my laptop, attempted to install wine, and apt-listbugs reported bug #995580. Is this something that affects the end user or is this more of an issue for the packager(s)?

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« Last Edit: 2021/10/26, 01:59:08 by tranquil »
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Re: Wine Bug
« Reply #1 on: 2021/10/24, 21:30:16 »
That's not an unusual type of bug for unstable -- it just means Debian development got ahead of that particular package, and the package maintainer will have to update the package accordingly.
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Re: Wine Bug
« Reply #2 on: 2021/10/26, 01:58:30 »
Thank you for the reply dibl. I logged into the Debian Unstable install on my desktop (I should have thought to do that before posting) and I have wine v5.0.3-3 there and it runs fine.
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