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New In spite of inexpensive advice, it seems to have worked fine
Thank you kindly, sir. Much appreciated.
It now remains to get used to systemic behavioral changes. Such things keep life interesting.

Orphaner gave me a list of gl things to delete. I assume that these are things that are now obsolete. I wasn't aware that I was using them in the first place. Is it safe to assume that it knows what it is talking about when it wants to delete them?

Thanks again,
New In a word: yes
orphaner produces a list of packages that are installed on your system, but that nothing else that is installed on your system relies upon. Therefore, it is safe to remove these packages. It is possible that you will remove all those packages, and then those packages you just removed will make other packages orphans. The orphaner package will automatically run itself multiple times until there are no packages remaining which are orphaned.

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
- Benjamin Franklin, 1759 Historical Review of Pennsylvania
New Cool. Thanks.
I think I'll wait until I'm convinced the system is stable before I start removing things though. Sounds like a nice gidgit though.
     I am trying to update Dapper to Edgey - (hnick) - (5)
         Re: I am trying to update Dapper to Edgey - (pwhysall) - (4)
             Review video card compatibility - (crazy)
             In spite of inexpensive advice, it seems to have worked fine - (hnick) - (2)
                 In a word: yes - (Yendor) - (1)
                     Cool. Thanks. - (hnick)

Mere flesh wound. Have at you!
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