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Re: Absolute symlinks



On Tuesday 26 September 2006 6:11 am, Christian Iseli wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Sep 2006 11:27:14 +0200, Alain PORTAL wrote:
> > But there is still a "problem":
> >
> > W: kbackup
> > dangling-relative-symlink /usr/share/doc/HTML/de/kbackup/common ../common
> > The relative symbolic link points nowhere.
>
> Well, /usr/share/doc/HTML/de/common looks like one of those directories
> that are "owned" by several packages.  The k3b package, for example,
> simply creates it and owns it...
>
> You could also get in touch with the other KDE developers and decide on
> a package that should properly own it...
it should be provided by either kdelibs or one of the language packages  it is 
for common kde documentation.  and should be dangling in kde packages.

your package should require kdelibs.  which rpm should do for you.  and there 
is an assumption that if you are usuing a language other than english  then 
you will have the neccesary language pack installed 

-- 
Dennis Gilmore, RHCE
Proud Australian


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