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Re: Bug#193838: libgcc1: installation of libgcc1:3.3-2 causes failure of massive number of programs

p.s. the version of python 2.2 is back at 2.2.1 compiled with gcc 2.95.4
     (stable version)

the version that got into trouble was the python 2.2 that was compiled
with gcc 3.2 (unstable latest version?)

On Mon, May 19, 2003 at 07:40:06PM +0200, Matthias Klose wrote:
> [CC to debian-devel, did anybody see this behaviour on an update?]
> Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton writes:
> > On Mon, May 19, 2003 at 04:52:51PM +0200, Matthias Klose wrote:
> > > Never seen this upgrade behaviour. Was libgcc1 installed before
> > > libstdc++5? If not, please could you explictely install libgcc1 and
> > > then libstdc++5?
> >  
> >  i have tried that.
> > 
> >  it says "already at latest version".
> > 
> >  then i tried installing gcc 3.3.
> > 
> >  that failed to fix the problem.
> > 
> >  when i manually installed the OLD version of libstdc++:
> > 
> >   514  dpkg -i /var/cache/apt/archives/libgcc1_1%3a3.2.3-0pre6_i386.deb 
> >   515  dpkg -i /var/cache/apt/archives/libstdc++5_1%3a3.2.3-0pre6_i386.deb 
> > 
> >  then it fixed the problem
> > 

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