LSB tags and overdrive

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LSB tags and overdrive

Postby Richard01 on Tue Oct 19, 2010 8:49 am

Does anybody know if there a work around for this bug on the mintsystem
it been logged as fixed but i still get when i update
apparently it should be ok in version 7 and thats a long way off yet
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Re: LSB tags and overdrive

Postby mads on Fri Dec 03, 2010 7:15 am

Richard01 wrote:Does anybody know if there a work around for this bug on the mintsystem
it been logged as fixed but i still get when i update
apparently it should be ok in version 7 and thats a long way off yet

Richard01, you have mixed up two completely different errors/bugs.

The one which is fixed in version 7 (f-spot 0.7.0-1), is related to this error:
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Processing triggers for gconf2 ...
WARNING: Failed to parse default value `' for schema (/schemas/desktop/gnome/f-spot/ui/main_window_x)
WARNING: Failed to parse default value `' for schema (/schemas/desktop/gnome/f-spot/ui/main_window_y)
WARNING: Failed to parse default value `' for schema (/schemas/desktop/gnome/f-spot/ui/viewer_x)
WARNING: Failed to parse default value `' for schema (/schemas/desktop/gnome/f-spot/ui/viewer_y)


The title of this thread is: "LSB tags and overdrive".
And I assume that you mean this error:
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insserv: warning: script 'K01mintsystem' missing LSB tags and overrides
insserv: warning: script 'mintsystem' missing LSB tags and overrides

The latest updates (released 02 Dec 2010) resolve this issue.
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