Re: libc5/libc6 conflict
On Sun, 9 Nov 1997, joost witteveen wrote:
> > Ok, this should be a simple problem. I want to keep all development stuff
> > libc5, but have some libc6 packages. I don't want to use altdev.
Probably because I don't understand altdev. So let me rephrase the
question. I have standard *-dev packages from bo, and I install just the
libc5-altdev package, what effects will it have? Will I have to compile
anything differently? Will I have to upgrade all my other *-dev packages
to *-altdev packages? I don't want to do the latter.
My other question is why can't there be a normal libc5 in bo that doesn't
conflict with libc6? And, what's the difference between a *-dev and
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