I happened to log into one of my VMs, a debian buster, and tried to run uptime. I got a message about a missing library, and searching the web, discovered an old bug report about something not being cleaned up properly on a dist upgrade (this started out as a Debian 7, now Debian 10. The package involved was called "live-tools". I didn't install that manually, and I'm slightly confused why that would be on a regular installation. It seems to be a tool for constructing live-boot media, but not a lot of information online.
Do any Debianistas know why I'd have a live-tools package on a regular server install? -- Russell Senior russ...@personaltelco.net _______________________________________________ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug