[Bug 41492] Re: [UNMETDEPS] xsim has unmet dependencies

Colin Watson cjwatson at canonical.com
Sat Apr 29 14:31:24 UTC 2006

Barry, please don't subscribe ubuntu-archive to bugs before you have a clear request for us of the form "please sync foo from Debian", "please remove foo", or whatever. We're not here to investigate things for you, and it's rather risky to expect admins to divine your intention from a statement of the problem.

nonlock has been removed from Debian (http://bugs.debian.org/328796). thai-system also depends on xserver-xfree86 (which is a trivial fix). Since thai-system is purely a dependency package, it should not be hard to fix its dependencies rather than removing it; however it's possible it would be better to make sure that language-support-th has all the necessary dependencies. Please decide and do that before requesting an action from ubuntu-archive.

** Summary changed:

- [UNMETDEPS] xsim has unmet dependencies
+ thai-system has unmet dependencies

** Description changed:

  Hash: SHA1
   affects distros/ubuntu/thai-system
   status confirmed
   subscribe motu
  A run of 
    LC_ALL=C apt-cache -i unmet | grep ^Package | cut -d' ' -f2 | sort -u | \
       xargs apt-cache showsrc | grep Package | sed 's/Package\:\ //g' | sort -u
  indicates that the source package thai-system has binary packages that are not 
  installable at the moment.
  Please have a look and make sure it's installable again.
  Version: GnuPG v1.4.2.2 (GNU/Linux)

** Summary changed:

- thai-system has unmet dependencies
+ [unclear] thai-system has unmet dependencies

[unclear] thai-system has unmet dependencies

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