sysvinit removed without installing upstart
Jeffrey W. Baker
jwbaker at acm.org
Thu Oct 19 00:18:35 BST 2006
On Wed, 2006-10-18 at 16:10 -0700, Jeffrey W. Baker wrote:
> I was just playing around with an Edgy system, dist-upgraded from
> dapper, on amd64. I noticed that it's quite possible to remove sysvinit
> without installing upstart or another replacement. Is that legit? I
> didn't bother trying to reboot my system in this intermediate state,
> because experiences tells me there's no way it should boot.
> Shouldn't something depend on sysvinit|upstart?
Upon further inspection, part of the problem appears to be that
ubuntu-desktop can be installed without installing ubuntu-minimal. I
think there's some missing deps here.
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