Re: Upgrading gcc, libc6 and others from hamm to slink
> After much trouble trying to compile a 2.0.35 kernel on a hamm 2.0.34 machine,
> I've decided to upgrade some stuff. Will this be enough, or would I need
> anything else? Will it cause any trouble in hamm? (touching libc6 scares the
> hell out of me!)
> I've downloaded (from Slink):
> bin86_0.14.3-1.deb (and I already have binutils_2.9.1-0.2 installed)
> cpp_18.104.22.168-7.deb (BTW, what's cpp_2.91.66-0slink1_alpha.deb from proposed
> I hope there's nothing else missing, and not having any trouble upgrading all
> that load. I've also tried to upgrade gdb (I've got 4.17-0.1), but haven't
> been able to find it.
> It would be much better to upgrade to Slink at once, but I've been waiting for
> more than a month for LSL to deliver the CDs.
upghrading from hamm to slink is a snap:
1.as root open an internet connection
2.open dselect, from the first menu choose apt and choose the stable
version (probably already selected)
3. quit dselect
4.run "apt-get dist-upgrade"
5.go take a nap or do it overnight.
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