Re: compiler broken
>>>>> "Bdale" == Bdale Garbee <email@example.com> writes:
Bdale> Ok, so I was trying to build something on my Netwinder that
Bdale> needed pieces not already installed, so I freshened it to
Bdale> latest sid. In the process, I seem to have broken my
Bdale> ability to compile anything at all. The failure is always
Bdale> a signal 11 in cpp, the simplest test case I've found is
Bdale> 'cpp -v' which produces the following output:
That happened to me also (plus lots of other bad things) after I did
my last dselect update. Most importantly for me, BIND would not work.
(I have now switched around the functions of my machines at home for
Seems that libc6-2.2.1-1_arm.deb is the culprit.
I tried downgrading to 2.1.3, but broke the system in an even worse
way. (ls, tar, rm, etc. would not work..) I've just recovered from
that. I exported /, mounted it from my PC, and unarchived files from
'libc6-2.2.1-1_arm.deb' again manually.
Does anyone have a copy of libc-2.2_??_arm.deb around still? That
seems to the only version of 'libc' that works right now (unless you
reinstall from a potato image).