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Re: [Synaptic-devel] "Unable to correct problems, you have held broken p
Re: [Synaptic-devel] "Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages."
Mon, 14 Jun 2004 06:38:23 +0200
On 2004.06.09 11:29, Michael Vogt wrote:
On Wed, Jun 09, 2004 at 04:39:31AM +0200, Andreas Schmidt wrote:
the problem I reported really got fixed in the latest version. There
is, however, another problem.
When I start synaptic as regular user (via gksu), I get a message that
synaptic may crash because of "Incorrect or incompatible locale
settings". It usually does crash when I apply changes, after all
packages have been downloaded.
The weird thing is that this message does not pop up when I start
synaptic as root from the commandline. I just checked again, the locale
settings really are the same for both root and the useraccount:
> assumes that cancelling the upgrade had already reset the marked
> changes. Even worse, when one has a hunch that there may be some
> problem and selects "Fix Broken Packages" from the "Actions" menu
> message pops up as well.
I think I fixed this in the 0.50 release that is pending right now
only wait a bit with the release to give the translators a chance to
catch up). Can you please give it a try? Add this to your
deb http://people.debian.org/~mvo/synaptic/0.50/ ./
and report any problems that you find!
Besides that, I have a wishlist item. Would it be possible to
reintroduce the Search-box that used to be on the top right? I know
that there are a search filter and a find dialogue. What I liked about
the old thingie, however, is that you could type in a word and it would
quickly move the cursor to the appropriate item in the current view
instead of listing all packages containing the search string.
Thanks for a great program. Best regards,