In message <E14RGSq-0000Txemail@example.com>, Philip Blundell writes: >It does seem that the current cpp is broken. I don't know how this happened, >offhand. Try downgrading cpp-2.95 to an earlier version. Belay that; in fact it appears that the breakage is caused by libc6_2.2.1-1. Backing out to libc6 2.2-6 and sticking with the latest gcc/cpp/gcc-2.95/ cpp-2.95 packages yields a working system. p.