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Re: upgrading to libc6

> For some of
> them, I was unable to find libc6 versions:
>     libdb1-dev_1.85.4-3.deb
>     libfcgi1-dev_1.5.1-1.deb
>     libg++27-dev_2.7.2.1-9.deb
>     ncurses3.0-dev

You'll never find libc6 versions of those packages, as the names of
the packages have changed in the transitions. And, as our package
maintainer is on holiday, the "new" packages aren't moved out of
incoming (where you'll find them).

For those who cannot access master's incoming, I've copied some libc6
libraries to:

> Is it really time yet to upgrade to libc6? 

Yes, long overdue (if you're a developper anyway. Ordinary Debian
users may/should continue to use licb5).

joost witteveen, joostje@debian.org
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#what's this? see http://www.dcs.ex.ac.uk/~aba/rsa/

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