Devuan bug report logs - #96
rsyslog depends on liblognorm2 in ascii, but it's not available

Severity: critical;
Package: rsyslog; Reported by: KatolaZ <>;
Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2017 10:03:02 UTC;
Done: KatolaZ <>;
Maintainer for rsyslog is (unknown).

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#96: rsyslog depends on liblognorm2 in ascii, but it's not available,
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This has been solved in rsyslog 8.24.0-1+devuan2.0.=20

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