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I see in the currrent changelog that there's an upgrade to the aa-elflibs package. If I remember correctly, there was a warning at the last time it was upgraded to not do the upgrade because you could break things. There doesn't seem to be any warning in the current changelog. I don't know whether to upgrade it or not. Anyone have any ideas?
I assume the same would apply again. If you're tracking -current, do not upgrade it. If you are doing a full upgrade (upgrading/installing all packages again, e.g. going from 10.1 to 10.2) then it's safe to upgrade.