Eradicating packages depending on old libs...
It's almost done.
Pasi Pirhonen <email@example.com> writes:
> As Michael asked, i did it again, and found following binary packages
> to be outdated or linked again wrong libraries.
I've recompiled (almost) all of these packages.
> - wg15-locale
Um, this one's in binary-all. I think it's safe.
> - e2fsprogs_1.06-4 Linked against libc6
replaced with e2fsprogs_1.10-2
> - hostname_2.01 Linked against libc6
> - libbfd27_2.7-1 Libs linked against libc6
replaced with libbfd281_2.8.1-1
> - libc6 remove
waiting to be removed
> - libgdbm1_1.7.3-11 Libs linked against libc6
replaced with libgdbmg1_1.7.3-22
> - gcc_2.7.2-8 Linked against libc6
replaced with gcc_188.8.131.52-10
> - libc6-dev remove
waiting to be removed
> - cvs_1.9-1 Linked against libc6
replaced with cvs_1.9-4
> - rcs_5.7-4 Linked against libc6
> - cpp_2.7.2-8 linked against libc6
replaced with cpp_184.108.40.206-10
> - cpio_2.4.2-8 linked agains libc6
replaced with cpio_2.4.2-10
> - sysutils_1.2-1 linked againstlibc6
replaced with sysutils_1.3-1
Most of these are not going to be in the proper place until Guy Maor
gets back from vacation (Monday, I think), because they require one
bit of magic or another that the automated process isn't aware of.
If you don't have access to master's incoming directory, you can find
a mirror in debian.med.miami.edu:/debian/private/project/Incoming.
Maybe I'll see if he can put a back door in the installer such that we
can have these automatically taken care of in the future.
I now need to recompile sudo, which got linked against libcrypt.so.1
instead of libcrypt.so.1.1, and then we'll be totally libc6.1. I also
want to recompile libg++, which has a bogus dependency on libc5 at the
moment. It will then be necessary to recompile groff and a couple of
This weekend I'll try and take a look at the installation disks.
Pasi, do you have your hacked tools available anywhere I could get to
them, or could you make them available? I want to try building the
disks on my system, since I have a working reboot and so forth, to see
if I can get something that works from end-to-end.
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