So I thought of installing Wireshark today. I searched the repositories to see if it exists.
I went onto install it and then, I saw this.
Wireshark somehow needs
nsight-compute-2019.4.0 - which is of course 257MiBs big.
Not just that, it hails from an entirely unrelated repository of CUDA drivers.
Of course, I took hint from the reponame column and looked it up.
and went ahead to disable it - before trying to install Wireshark again.
openal-soft as two dependencies as a replacement to the
I think there’s something wrong with resolving the package names when there are multiple repositories having multiple packages but with the same name. Of course, a sane way of solving this would be to pick the one having a greater version number but this also makes it a critical vulnerability as well. Imagine, if I went ahead and created a COPR for
nano with version ahead than
Is there a way to make sure this does not happen?