Fix typo in README.md
Julian Andres Klode
8 months ago
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@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ APT works in its internal resolver in two stages: First all packages are visited
and marked for installation, keep back or removal. Option `Debug::pkgDepCache::Marker`
shows this. This also decides which packages are to be installed to satisfy dependencies,
which can be seen by `Debug::pkgDepCache::AutoInstall`. After this is done, we might
be in a situation in which two packages want to be installed, but only on of them can be.
be in a situation in which two packages want to be installed, but only on
of them can be.
It is the job of the `pkgProblemResolver` to decide which of two packages 'wins' and can
therefore decide what has to happen. You can see the contenders as well as their fight and
the resulting resolution with `Debug::pkgProblemResolver`.
@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@ webserver for simpler and more controlled testing.
### Installation order
Dependencies are solved, packages downloaded: Everything read for the installation!
Dependencies are solved, packages downloaded: Everything
for the installation!
The last step in the chain is often forgotten, but still very important:
Packages have to be installed in a particular order so that their dependencies are
satisfied, but at the same time you don't want to install very important and optional