[UNMETDEPS] haf-marketing-release has unmet dependencies

Bug #145557 reported by Andrew Mitchell on 2007-09-27
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
haf-marketing-release (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

 A run of
  LC_ALL=C apt-cache -i unmet | grep ^Package | cut -d' ' -f2 | grep
  -v dbgsym | sort -u | xargs apt-cache showsrc | grep ^Directory |
  sed 's/Package\:\ //g' | grep verse | cut -d'/' -f4
 indicates that the source package haf-marketing-release has binary packages that are not
 installable (on AMD64) at the moment.
 Please have a look and make sure it's installable again.

Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote :

Package was removed from Hardy.

Changed in haf-marketing-release:
status: New → Invalid


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From: Bug 145557 [mailto:<email address hidden>]
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