Bug#479391: setting package to archdetect hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect, tagging 479391 - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#479391: setting package to archdetect hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect, tagging 479391 - Debian ; # Automatically generated email from bts, devscripts version 2.10.29~bpo40+1 # # hw-detect (1.66) UNRELEASED; urgency=low # # * On frontends other than GTK+, only ask about PCMCIA resource range when # user decided to start PCMCIA. (Closes: #479391) # package ...

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  1. Bug#479391: setting package to archdetect hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect, tagging 479391

    # Automatically generated email from bts, devscripts version 2.10.29~bpo40+1
    #
    # hw-detect (1.66) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
    #
    # * On frontends other than GTK+, only ask about PCMCIA resource range when
    # user decided to start PCMCIA. (Closes: #479391)
    #

    package archdetect hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect
    tags 479391 + pending




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  2. Processed: setting package to archdetect hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect, tagging 479391

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    > # Automatically generated email from bts, devscripts version 2.10.29~bpo40+1
    > #
    > # hw-detect (1.66) UNRELEASED; urgency=low
    > #
    > # * On frontends other than GTK+, only ask about PCMCIA resource range when
    > # user decided to start PCMCIA. (Closes: #479391)
    > #
    > package archdetect hw-detect ethdetect disk-detect

    Ignoring bugs not assigned to: hw-detect archdetect ethdetect disk-detect

    > tags 479391 + pending

    Bug#479391: Asks for PCMCIA, if refused, asks more about it
    Tags were: patch
    Tags added: pending

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