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Re: incomplete obsolescence of "viadrm"

While we're on the subject of viadrm, I noticed that it was removed from the amd64 GENERIC and ALL configs.

Since one of the premises of removal was that viadrmums was a suitable replacement, shouldn't that have been added to the relevant configs?

On Wed, 11 Jul 2018, John D. Baker wrote:

Following the removal of "viadrm" from sources and i386 GENERIC and ALL
configs, the module form is only being obsoleted and removed from:


and its immediate parent directory.

There are two other instances which are not being accounted for:


Following the latest 'postinstall ... fix obsolete', only the first
instance was removed while the other two were left intact.

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