Re: Problems in Debian Sid

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Author: Luis Finotti
To: dmo-discussion
Subject: Re: Problems in Debian Sid
OK, today, before trying the steps suggested in the previous messages,
I did an update. FWIW, this is what came:

Get:2 sid/main amd64 libavutil56 amd64
10:4.2.1-dmo1 [272 kB]
Get:1 sid/main amd64 libisl21
amd64 0.21-2 [595 kB]
Get:33 sid/main amd64 libswresample3
amd64 10:4.2.1-dmo1 [91.8 kB]
Get:34 sid/main amd64 libavcodec58 amd64
10:4.2.1-dmo1 [4,896 kB]
Get:3 sid/main i386 gcc-9-base
i386 9.2.1-8 [193 kB]
Get:4 sid/main amd64
gcc-9-base amd64 9.2.1-8 [193 kB]
Get:5 sid/main i386 libstdc++6
i386 9.2.1-8 [535 kB]
Get:6 sid/main amd64
libstdc++6 amd64 9.2.1-8 [501 kB]
Get:7 sid/main i386 libgomp1
i386 9.2.1-8 [93.0 kB]
Get:50 sid/main amd64 libavformat58
amd64 10:4.2.1-dmo1 [1,004 kB]
Get:8 sid/main amd64 libgomp1
amd64 9.2.1-8 [88.1 kB]
Get:9 sid/main amd64 libgcc1
amd64 1:9.2.1-8 [40.5 kB]
Get:51 sid/main amd64 libavresample4
amd64 10:4.2.1-dmo1 [89.0 kB]
Get:52 sid/main amd64 libpostproc55
amd64 10:4.2.1-dmo1 [89.8 kB]
Get:53 sid/main amd64 libswscale5 amd64
10:4.2.1-dmo1 [190 kB]
Get:54 sid/main amd64 libavfilter7 amd64
10:4.2.1-dmo1 [1,460 kB]
Get:10 sid/main i386 libgcc1
i386 1:9.2.1-8 [48.0 kB]
Get:11 sid/main i386
libatomic1 i386 9.2.1-8 [9,528 B]
Get:12 sid/main amd64
libatomic1 amd64 9.2.1-8 [9,016 B]
Get:55 sid/main amd64 libavdevice58
amd64 10:4.2.1-dmo1 [104 kB]
Get:56 sid/main amd64 ffmpeg amd64
10:4.2.1-dmo1 [1,486 kB]
Get:13 sid/main amd64 libcc1-0
amd64 9.2.1-8 [47.8 kB]
Get:14 sid/main amd64 libitm1
amd64 9.2.1-8 [27.6 kB]
Get:57 sid/main amd64 vlc amd64
1:3.0.8-dmo2 [63.5 kB]
Get:58 sid/main amd64
vlc-plugin-video-output amd64 1:3.0.8-dmo2 [190 kB]
Get:59 sid/main amd64 vlc-plugin-base
amd64 1:3.0.8-dmo2 [2,832 kB]
Get:15 sid/main amd64 libasan5
amd64 9.2.1-8 [390 kB]
Get:16 sid/main amd64 liblsan0
amd64 9.2.1-8 [136 kB]
Get:17 sid/main amd64 libtsan0
amd64 9.2.1-8 [295 kB]
Get:18 sid/main amd64
libubsan1 amd64 9.2.1-8 [128 kB]
Get:19 sid/main amd64
libquadmath0 amd64 9.2.1-8 [144 kB]
Get:20 sid/main amd64 g++-9
amd64 9.2.1-8 [9,784 kB]
Get:21 sid/main amd64
libstdc++-9-dev amd64 9.2.1-8 [1,693 kB]
Get:22 sid/main amd64
libgcc-9-dev amd64 9.2.1-8 [2,345 kB]
Get:23 sid/main amd64 gcc-9
amd64 9.2.1-8 [9,366 kB]
Get:24 sid/main amd64 cpp-9
amd64 9.2.1-8 [8,900 kB]
Get:25 sid/main amd64
libgfortran5 amd64 9.2.1-8 [634 kB]
Get:26 sid/main i386
liblcms2-2 i386 2.9-4 [156 kB]
Get:27 sid/main amd64
liblcms2-2 amd64 2.9-4 [146 kB]
Get:28 sid/main amd64
libatspi2.0-dev amd64 2.34.0-1 [65.7 kB]
Get:29 sid/main amd64
gir1.2-atspi-2.0 amd64 2.34.0-1 [21.4 kB]
Get:30 sid/main amd64
libatspi2.0-0 amd64 2.34.0-1 [69.9 kB]
Get:31 sid/main amd64
at-spi2-core amd64 2.34.0-1 [71.9 kB]
Get:32 sid/main amd64
libatk1.0-dev amd64 2.34.0-1 [89.7 kB]
Get:35 sid/main amd64
gir1.2-atk-1.0 amd64 2.34.0-1 [25.8 kB]
Get:36 sid/main amd64
libatk1.0-data all 2.34.0-1 [146 kB]
Get:37 sid/main amd64
libatk1.0-0 amd64 2.34.0-1 [51.3 kB]
Get:38 sid/main amd64
libatk-bridge2.0-dev amd64 2.34.0-1 [9,184 B]
Get:39 sid/main amd64
libatk-bridge2.0-0 amd64 2.34.0-1 [63.0 kB]
Get:40 sid/main i386 libsoxr0
i386 0.1.3-1 [79.2 kB]
Get:41 sid/main amd64 libsoxr0
amd64 0.1.3-1 [77.5 kB]
Get:42 sid/main amd64
liblcms2-utils amd64 2.9-4 [47.6 kB]
Get:43 sid/main amd64 libltc11
amd64 1.3.1-1 [14.0 kB]
Get:44 sid/main amd64
wine-development all 4.10-1 [139 kB]
Get:45 sid/main amd64
wine64-development amd64 4.10-1 [299 kB]
Get:46 sid/main amd64
libwine-development amd64 4.10-1 [24.8 MB]
Get:47 sid/main amd64
libwxbase3.0-0v5 amd64 3.0.4+dfsg-12 [1,090 kB]
Get:48 sid/main amd64
libwxgtk3.0-0v5 amd64 3.0.4+dfsg-12 [4,525 kB]
Get:49 sid/main amd64
libwxgtk3.0-gtk3-0v5 amd64 3.0.4+dfsg-12 [4,494 kB]

In any event, now with DMO repos, apt only want to remove 11 packages
(same as without) without any action on my part:

The following packages will be REMOVED:
kde-style-breeze-qt4 libavcodec58:i386 libavutil56:i386
libfaudio0:i386 libmfx1:i386 libomp5-7 libswresample3:i386
libwine-development:i386 pylint3 python-logilab-common wine32-development:i386

I could tell that I could let kde-style-breeze-qt4,libomp5-7,
python-logilab-common and pylint3 go, so I removed them. I still see
some of the DMO packages marked to be removed (libavcodec58:i386,
libavutil56:i386, libmfx1:i386...), but I assume is the usual Sid
thing where you just need to wait for new updates to come to get
resolved. (I can see that libmfx1 wants to go from 1.25-dmo1 to
19.2.1-1 (from Debian's official repo), for instance.) Let me know if
I am wrong about just waiting. Otherwise I think the issue has been

Thanks all for your help!