Re: Installation report
--- Lionel Elie Mamane <email@example.com> wrote:
> I installed a new GNU/Hurd system yesterday. I don't have a CD
> burner, and the gnu-latest.tar.gz is not available anymore / yet, so I
> used the "cross-install" script from
> Here are the things that need fixing I hit:
> - the apt-get currently in the Debian archives is linked against
> libstdc++3, but the latter is neither in alpha.gnu.org, neither in
> the Debian archives. There is no apt-get on alpha.gnu.org.
Jeff knows of this and the other packages that are still linked against
libstdc++3, see apt-rdepends for a list of them.
> - the package list in the cross-install script is not in sync with
> what is available, either in the Debian archives or on
The cross install script has not been maintained for a while.
> libstdc++3 is not available
> gcc-3.0-base is not available
These are gone for now, but Jeff is running our autobuilder and should
have gcc 3.2 uploaded when it is released.
> The only a bit tricky thing I had to do is download the packages that
> are one alpha.gnu.org, but required by cross-install, by hand, and put
> them in partial/
I don't understand what you mean?
University of Waterloo
Computer Science - Digital Hardware
Anyone referring to this as 'Open Source' shall be eaten by a GNU
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