On Wed, Oct 08, 1997 at 01:16:13PM -0400, Will Lowe wrote:
> What's the difference between these two? Why do they conflict, and why
> do I remember hearing stories of xlib6g breaking a few systems?
> I need to install tk8.0, but I can't without installing xlib6g, which
> conflicts with xlib6 .... around we go.
IIRC, you have first to upgrade xlib6 to a new version (3.3-6 e.g), and then
you can installing the new xlib6g (for libc6).
It will break a few of your x programs (e.g. fvwm2 and its modules), so you
will want to run a script on them more than once published on debian-user
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