Re: xlib6 vs. xlib6g
Will> A package I'm maintaining, rosegarden, has come out with
Will> dependencies on xlib6 AND xlib6g. I didn't do this by hand, I left
Will> the "shlibs" stuff in the control file.
Happened to me once with an X11 package of mine. You probably have a mixed
libc5/libc6 system, and/or have left an old debian/substvars around.
Will> I would purge xlib6 from the system, but a lot of packages I need on
Will> a daily basis need xlib6.
No problem --- just leave the xlib6 package.
Will> How do I correct this?
If it helps, here is what I currently have (deleted some x* entries as
xearth, xlockmore, xpdf, ...)
ii xbase 3.3.1-2 Local clients and configuration required by
ii xcompat 3.1.2-4 X11R5 and X11R6 a.out compatibility librarie
ii xcontrib 3.3.1-1 XFree contributed clients.
ii xfnt100 3.3.1-2 100dpi fonts for X servers
ii xfnt75 3.3.1-2 75dpi fonts for X servers
ii xfntbase 3.3.1-2 Standard fonts for X servers
ii xfntpex 3.3.1-2 Minimal fonts for PEX support in X servers
ii xfntscl 3.3.1-2 Scalable fonts for X servers
ii xlib6 3.3.1-2 Shared libraries required by X clients
ii xlib6g 3.3.1-2 Shared libraries required by X clients
ii xlib6g-dev 3.3.1-2 Include files and libraries for X client dev
ii xmanpages 3.3.1-2 Manual pages for X developers
ii xpm4.7 3.4j-0.5 X Pixmap libraries (for libc5) - runtime
ii xpm4g 3.4j-0.5 X Pixmap libraries (for libc6) - runtime
ii xpm4g-dev 3.4j-0.5 X Pixmap libraries (for libc6) - development
ii xserver-s3 3.3.1-2 X server for S3-based graphics cards
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