On 06/09/19 at 15:23, fsmithred via Dng wrote:
> In ascii, udisks2 has been devuanized to remove a dependency on
> libpam-systemd (and maybe libsystemd0, too.)
> The version of udisks2 in beowulf is very old compared to what's in
> buster.

  Really?  I'm on beowulf now, and I have:

ii  udisks2        2.8.1-4      amd64        D-Bus service to access and
manipulate storage devices

Same as Debian 10 (buster):


udisks2 (2.8.1-4)
    D-Bus service to access and manipulate storage devices

  Latest version upstream is 2.8.4, released in Jul 22, 2019:


2.8.1 was released in Sep 26, 2018.

> The version in buster depends on libpam-systemd OR libpam-elogind.
> (Also libsystemd0 OR libelogind0) Since we have libpam-elogind and
> libelogind0 in the repos, we don't really need to devuanize udisks2
> anymore. Do we?
> Does anyone use udisks2 who doesn't want libpam-elogind or libelogind0
> with it?

  I have them both, and I have nothing against them.



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