[Mageia-discuss] laptop-mode-tools no more needed?
ahmadsamir3891 at gmail.com
Fri May 20 21:17:33 CEST 2011
On 20 May 2011 20:53, magnus <magnus.mud at googlemail.com> wrote:
> With the last update in this evening (a lot of KDE stuff) laptop-mode-tools
> were removed.
> Is this ok?
> An installation manually with bluez-pin wants to remove KDE!?
> An installation with gnome-bluetooth (with gvfs-obexftp and
> lib64gnome-bluetooth8) seems ok.
> What's correct?
You should read the changelog of the afro-mentioned package :)
$ urpmq --changelog pm-utils | head
* Wed May 18 2011 ahmad <ahmad> 1.4.1-3.mga1
+ Revision: 99676
- Conflict with laptop-mode-tools, its functionalities overlap pm-utils, and
upstream thinks it should conflict
pm-utils upstream thinks that laptop-mode-tools isn't needed when
pm-utils is installed; and that users shouldn't install both of
pm-utils and laptop-mode-tools at the same time.
For example we had this bug in Mageia:
So, yes, the behaviour you see is the intended one, when installing
pm-utils >= 1.4.1-3.mga1, urpmi will tell you it conflicts with
laptop-mode-tools and asks to remove the latter. Since pm-utils is
required by many core packages, it's going to be hard to install
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