Upgrading my Debian Stretch distribution, I get the following error message during the configuration of package dictionaries-common:
┌───────────────────┤ dictionaries-common: wordlists ├───────────────────┐ | | | Possible debconf database corruption | | | | The setting for "dictionaries-common/default-wordlist" is missing, but | | packages providing candidates are installed: "wamerican". │ | | | This may be due to corruption in the debconf database. See | | "/usr/share/doc/dictionaries-common/README.problems" on "Debconf | | database corruption". │ | | | In this case, running "/usr/share/debconf/fix_db.pl" can help to put | | the debconf database in a consistent state. │ | | | Some questions are likely to be asked after this message in order to | | leave the dictionaries system in a (provisionally) working state. │ | | | <Ok> | | | └────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘
- is this really a corruption, or just a dependencies issue?
- should I run the