Is broken packages and package request still down and/or overloaded ?
I have two packages with Openbox full still needing dependency packages
Found thru terminal analysis... OK
And another package that has full dependencies on one mirror but is
missing dependencies on an alternate mirror. Did not list or provide
the last package needed. Terminal was req'd, OK . A package several months
old not something current to be cloned. A medium old package as a matter of fact.
Not as bad as it sounds when packages req'd are missing
and the terminal says exactly which ones they are, which
If the program run in terminal says I'm missing lib-bozo or whatever
sometimes it's easy here to just add "lib-bozo" thru Synaptic, the
package manager. Otherwise, forum questions, broken package reports,
and other assorted inquiries appear. Which is good sometimes !
When things like this are found, if any, dump them in a broken packages topic,
or hold off awhile during transition ?
Most people don't because the terminal even specifies which package is missing,
and they install it, but not all of the time. And the end is not complete then.
Do you want them one at a time or all at once, or is OpenBox stiill so light
most discrepancies as per above would be resolved by using LXDE or
higher in the first place ? That also is true.
Well enough Blarney and Holy Orders from me in one message,
Please advise appropriately,
FF (aka Pontius Pilate)
P.S I have 3 threads I could start but they were resolved by running the problem in the terminal
and responding accordingly !