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The following NEW packages will be installed: libc5

Isn't libc5 behind us?

[22:29:11 /tmp]$ date
Sat Nov 25 22:29:47 IST 2000
[22:29:47 /tmp]$ su
bash-2.04# apt-get dist-upgrade -s |head
Reading Package Lists...
Building Dependency Tree...
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  libc5 xlib6 
The following packages have been kept back
29 packages upgraded, 2 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded.
Inst bsdutils [shellutils on hurd]
Conf bsdutils
Inst dpkg [shellutils on hurd]
bash-2.04# exit
[22:30:08 /tmp]$ grep-available -PX libc5
Package: libc5
Priority: optional
Section: oldlibs
Installed-Size: 670
Maintainer: Marcus Brinkmann <brinkmd@debian.org>
Architecture: i386
Source: libc
Version: 5.4.46-3
Pre-Depends: ldso (>=1.7.14-2)
Filename: dists/woody/main/binary-i386/oldlibs/libc5_5.4.46-3.deb
Size: 288568
MD5sum: 4ee7fb9ccc6908710c93beb4afe2fea1
Description: The Linux C library version 5 (run-time libraries).
 Includes shared libraries needed to run programs built with libc 5.
 These libraries are modified to make them work better in a libc6
 In conjunction with the altgcc package, binaries can be built which depend
 on libc5.

[22:30:39 /tmp]$ 

	Shaul Karl <shaulka@bezeqint.net>

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