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Re: libc6 vs libc6.1

On Sat, Jan 24, 1998 at 04:29:16PM +0100, Juan Cespedes wrote:
> 	Why does debian-alpha use `libc6.1' instead of `libc6'?  When
> I saw it, I thought it could be because there are two different,
> incompatible versions of glibc for Alpha, but I think that is not the
> case:

	Well, no one answers me.  Does it mean that `libc6.1' isn't
needed, and it should be changed?

	I may submit a bug report against the glibc package: I think
the glibc soname for alpha can be changed safely from libc6.1 to libc6
without breaking anything.

Juan Cespedes

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