Author: Dimitris Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] latest wireshark-common/ceres depends on libsystemd0
On 8/26/20 12:00 PM, Mark Hindley wrote: > The wireshark-common libsystemd0 dependency is not new AFAIK. What has changed
> is that systemd in Debian sid is now version 246 whilst elogind is only 243.7
> (the latest version available). This means that the libsystmd0/libelogind0
> binary ABI compatibility can be broken. See Debian #968379 and #968484.
> I am in touch with elogind upstream and version 246 is in preparation which
> should resolve this issue.
aha, woke up a while ago, and filed the bug without really noticing this:
Depends: libsystemd0 (>= 246)
that makes sense -after reading above bug reports as well-, thanks for
the info :)
will update bug report accordingly..
> Removing the libsystemd0 dependency completely is a separate issue. I doubt
> Debian would do that. It is only likely to happen in Devuan is somebody offers
> to maintain the fork.
i'm not in favor of removing libsystemd0 completely in debian, i just
think there should be sustainable options for any-init users.
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