gnome-core removed in latest updates?

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gnome-core removed in latest updates?

Postby Jaime Frontero on Sun Apr 10, 2011 5:18 am

So I fired up Synaptic a couple of minutes ago, and there's 35 packages listed: a lot of gstreamer stuff, and a new version of Epiphany. A few other things.

But when I clicked 'Mark all Upgrades', I noticed that one of the packages listed for removal was gnome-core. Is that groovy?

Thought I'd ask the gurus before I went ahead and did it. It just doesn't quite feel right...

EDIT: Running LMDE 64-bit...
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Re: gnome-core removed in latest updates?

Postby Dr.m0x on Sun Apr 10, 2011 6:39 am

I just answered this question in another thread.

Remove Epiphany?

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