On 2018-04-08, songbird <songb...@anthive.com> wrote:
> Brian wrote:
>> You could resolve the idea that sane is involved with
>> apt purge libsane
> that takes out:
He probably means you purge it, then see, then know (at which point
reinstallation is, of course, your option and your right).
The purge is a troubleshooting measure, not a definitive renouncement.
> which 3 out of the 4 i do use.
> i've removed every *sane* package i can without taking
> out things i actually use. that was my first approach
> to dealing with it before i got into other angles.
> all ok this afternoon so far... :)
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