[Bug 775480] Re: kdm postrm script fails if /etc/init/kdm.conf missing

Matthias Andree 775480 at bugs.launchpad.net
Mon May 2 15:10:25 UTC 2011


Stop being difficult, I don't know why the file was missing. It doesn't
matter. There simply is not a single reasonable excuse for a postrm
script to fail when rm(1)-ing an already missing file. Needless hassle
for the user, and your question is no good either.

Do note:

 1. dpkg --purge is a last-resort that people need if packages are
screwed. File system damage, system admin accident, whatever.

 2. I don't care to discuss obvious and trivial fixes to real-world
problems.

** Changed in: kdebase-workspace (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

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  kdm postrm script fails if /etc/init/kdm.conf missing



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