Re: perl 5.6 potato
> If you need to upgrade your libc6 you have to do
> it at first. Otherwise you can't use tools like dpkg. It's very angry
> if this will happens. So note: You need always a working perl, dpkg
> needs it.
If you're going to upgrade libc remember to keep a backup of:
- the original packages (libc6, libc6-dev, libdb2)
(in general: a backup of every package that you upgrade)
- ldconfig (the executable, not the package)
- dpkg (idem)
You might want to return to the old version....