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Offline gnasch

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Re: Caution -- KDE/Plasma Users
« Reply #15 on: 2020/02/07, 22:25:52 »
Nope; digikam, cups, hplip on the kill list.


Offline finotti

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Re: Caution -- KDE/Plasma Users
« Reply #16 on: 2020/02/07, 22:32:49 »
I think this is because of gdal-data that is being held back.  I think you need to force the upgrade with 'apt install gdal-data'.  Some libs will be removed, but I did not see anything of importance.  After doing that, there were no removals for me.

But be careful!  Check carefully what would be removed before proceeding.  I cannot guarantee it is the right thing to do, just that it seemed to work for me.

Offline finotti

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Re: Caution -- KDE/Plasma Users
« Reply #17 on: 2020/02/08, 12:11:47 »
Correcting my post above: the gdal-data thing affects digikam (or at least it did to me), but not cups, hplip.  The latter seem to be due to a new version of cups coming in, as seen in a previous post: https://forum.siduction.org/index.php?topic=7869.0

Offline sunrat

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Re: Caution -- KDE/Plasma Users
« Reply #18 on: 2020/02/08, 12:34:34 »
Only 2 cups packages removed today with d-u. I don't have Digikam and don't have a printer, so all good. ;)

Offline gnasch

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Re: Caution -- KDE/Plasma Users
« Reply #19 on: 2020/02/09, 00:28:25 »
@finotti:
indeed, installing gdal-data helped, and after apt update, cups is well also!
thanks!
gnasch