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Offline GoinEasy9

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How safe is it for a DU?
« on: 2018/10/11, 17:39:24 »
On my LXQt install a DU will only remove xsane. I was wondering if I should put it on hold like I see libsane-common and sane-utils are. 

On my KDE install, 19 libraries want to be removed. They all seem to have replacements coming in. Has anyone had any problems? 

It's been a week or two since I've upgraded, and I just want to see if there are problems beforehand.
Thanks in Advance
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Offline jure

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #1 on: 2018/10/11, 17:49:01 »
Hi

here on my kde install I updated today. Also 19 removals, 18 with a replacement - no problems so far...

removed
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libkf5akonadicore5abi1
    libkf5alarmcalendar5
    libkf5eventviews5
    libkf5gravatar5abi1
    libkf5ldap5
    libkf5mailcommon5abi1
    libkf5messagecomposer5
    libkf5messagecore5
    libkf5messagelist5
    libkf5messageviewer5
    libkf5pimcommon5abi1   
    libkf5pimcommonakonadi5
    libkf5pimtextedit5abi1
    libkf5webengineviewer5
libkpimgapiblogger5 (no replacement)
    libkpimgapicore5
    libkpimkdav5abi1
    libkpimsmtp5
    libmbedtls10
Gruss Juergen

Offline GoinEasy9

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #2 on: 2018/10/11, 18:12:17 »
Thanks jure 

After you posted I started my DU, and so far, it looks good here too.

I also noticed that there's an xsane-common coming in on the LXQt install, so, we're gonna let xsane go. 

Ah, 'twas a good day to Update. 

Thanks Again
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Offline harley-peter

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #3 on: 2018/10/11, 19:40:10 »
@GoinEasy9:

Does xsane work with xsane-common after remove of the package xsane?

Offline Geier0815

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #4 on: 2018/10/11, 20:08:38 »
Just tested: With xsane gone I can't use my scanner any longer in gimp. Install xsane again brings libsane1 into my system. I hope that the bug is solved. There was a little bit of trouble with it
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Offline GoinEasy9

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #5 on: 2018/10/11, 20:18:08 »
Hi
I had to reinstall xsane, but once I did, it found my HP wireless printer on it's own and is ready to scan.
There was some weirdness when configuring packages: 

 Preconfiguring packages ...
dpkg: libsane:amd64: dependency problems, but removing anyway as you requested:
 sane-utils depends on libsane.
 sane depends on libsane.
 hplip depends on libsane.
 colord depends on libsane.


Except for that the install looked ok.  Sometimes I thank hplip for the ease of using the printer and the scanner.  I may be wrong, but, once I got used to installing hplip on all my new installs, everything worked easier. 


I'm probably going to have to look it up, but, didn't we get rid of libsane recently for libsane1?

Just saw Geier0815's post, I have libsane1 installed.
« Last Edit: 2018/10/11, 20:24:23 by GoinEasy9 »
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Offline tranquil

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #6 on: 2018/10/13, 08:20:50 »
I withheld two packages when xsane was to be removed for a few days about 2 weeks ago:  libsane-common, libsane1.  Eventually, xsane was no longer flagged for removal.  However, there was an apt-news comment stating that xsane was no longer being maintained upstream.  I wonder what will happen since the package is required for scanners.


I can't comment about KDE since I don't run that desktop environment.

I distro upgrade every other day.
« Last Edit: 2018/10/13, 08:25:18 by tranquil »
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Offline Lanzi

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #7 on: 2018/10/13, 15:00:39 »
I am not to sure. I think I have too wait, since a lot of akonadi and kpim is going:
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Die folgenden Pakete werden ENTFERNT / REMOVED:
  accountwizard akonadiconsole akregator blogilo kaddressbook kalarm kdepim kdepim-doc kjots kleopatra kmail knotes konsolekalendar korganizer libkf5akonadicore5abi1 libkf5alarmcalendar5
  libkf5calendarsupport5abi1 libkf5eventviews5 libkf5gravatar5abi1 libkf5incidenceeditor-bin libkf5incidenceeditor5abi1 libkf5kaddressbookgrantlee5 libkf5kaddressbookimportexport5 libkf5ksieveui5
  libkf5ldap5 libkf5libkleo5 libkf5mailcommon-plugins libkf5mailcommon5abi1 libkf5messagecomposer5 libkf5messagecore5 libkf5messagelist5 libkf5messageviewer5 libkf5pimcommonakonadi5
  libkf5templateparser5 libkpimgapiblogger5 libkpimgapicore5 libkpimkdav5abi1 libkpimsmtp5 libmbedtls10

Offline drb

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #8 on: 2018/10/13, 15:48:30 »
It won't resolve itself apparently. See https://forum.siduction.org/index.php?topic=7370.0 for how to proceed. Worked here after a bit of a hiccup.

Offline Lanzi

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Re: How safe is it for a DU?
« Reply #9 on: 2018/10/13, 18:09:50 »
@drb: thanks for the answer. I was away for three weeks and missed that one.
i just Dued and the did a "apt install  kde-standard akregator" and everything seems to work fine!