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15 Post subject: Is it safe to do d-u?[Solved]  PostPosted: 05.04.2014, 09:11



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I've tried to d-u and it appears:
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Reading package lists...
Building dependency tree...
Reading state information...
The following packages will be REMOVED:
  libcogl-pango12 libcogl12 linux-headers-3.13-5.slh.4-aptosid-amd64
  linux-headers-3.13-6.slh.1-aptosid-amd64
  linux-headers-3.13-6.slh.3-aptosid-amd64 linux-headers-aptosid-amd64
  testdisk wine
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  libcogl-pango20 libcogl-path20 libcogl20
  libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0:i386 libgstreamer0.10-0:i386
  libgtksourceview-3.0-1 libgtksourceview-3.0-common liborc-0.4-0:i386
  libplist2 libqt4-network libqt4-xml libqtdbus4 libsystemd-id128-0
  libwayland-egl1-mesa libxatracker2 linux-image-3.14-0.slh.1-aptosid-amd64
The following packages have been kept back:
  cpp-4.8 g++ g++-4.8 gcc-4.8 gcc-4.8-base gcc-4.8-base:i386 libasan0
  libatomic1 libgcc-4.8-dev libgcc1 libgcc1:i386 libgfortran3 libgomp1 libitm1
  libquadmath0 libstdc++-4.8-dev libstdc++6 libstdc++6:i386 libtsan0 vdr
  wine-unstable
The following packages will be upgraded:
  a2ps abiword accountsservice acpid apt apt-utils autoconf baobab bash
  bash-completion...


Can I do safely d-u?

Regards.

Luis_P


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Post subject: RE: Is it safe to do d-u?  PostPosted: 05.04.2014, 11:27
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I only see an incompatibility between wine and wine-unstable. This is your decision what version you want to use. The rest is ok.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: 05.04.2014, 18:37



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Following your advice, I did d-u and chose to install wine-unstable instead of wine. All was right excepting the new wine-unstable, which did not run. The solution was to remove-purge it and to install again wine, and now all is fine.

Thanks, Hubi.

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Post subject:   PostPosted: 06.04.2014, 12:46
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The thing with wine and wine-unstable is that they want to be co-installable, but aren't at the moment. It is work in progress.

This means:
If you have wine-unstable installed you have to call it as "wine-unstable", not as "wine". Also, convenience scripts like "winecfg" or "regedit" need to be called via "wine-unstable winecfg.exe" for the moment.



What the other removes are: Well, maybe okay, maybe not, but it seems for you it is fine. If you compile kernel modules for example (like nvidia, virtualbox and that stuff) you need the headers. Similar to testdisk: If you need it you will miss it, otherwise you don't.


A lot of packages are "kept back" for you btw. This seems strange. I would check if you haven't put them erroneously on hold and if not try explicitly requesting installation to see why they are kept back (might be that some obsolete package prevents them from being installed).

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