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BiArch - sarge installable ?

A couple of weeks ago, my last biarch chroot went smoothly.

This time, I'm seeing version mismatches between the packages
on alioth's sarge and the mainstream sarge - so biarch is not
installable.  For example, libc6 is required in different versions
for the biarch gcc and the 32arch apt.  There is no biarch apt.
... so I have to _choose_ between having "gcc" or "apt-get".

Package: gcc-3.3
1:3.3.2-0pre4.biarch1 - ... libc6 (2 2.3.2-1) ...

Package: apt
0.5.22 - libc6 (2 2.3.2.ds1-4)

If I'm misunderstanding the situation, please let me know.
Otherwise, is it sensible to override the dependency errors
and force the mismatched libc6 installation to occur ?
Are sid's versions more in step, so it'd be worth upgrading ?

Alternatively, did someone keep copies of the 32arch
packages whose versions pair up nicely with alioth ?

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