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Bug#110231: Still unresolved in my opinion

Scott Johnson writes:
 > >- where did you find libc6-2.2.3-6 in the stable/potato dist?
 > >- why isn't libstdc++2.10-dev 2.95.[34] found?
 > All I've ever done was install from apt-get upgrade/dist-upgrade.  As this 
 > is a semi-production type system I've tried to be fairly careful with it's 
 > packaging.  As for your questions the best I can offer is a hearty shrug.
 > >This doesn't look like a standard installation. IMO if you already
 > >have glibc-2.2, you should upgrade to testing.
 > Is there anything special I have to do to the sources.list to upgrade to 
 > testing?  At this point if that's my only route I don't have a problem with 
 > it.  Heck, if I have to re-install I can even do that.  I'm just looking to 
 > minimize downtime yet get the g++ package installed for my project.
 > I *any* event I do appreciate the time you've spent with this.  While it 
 > may appear otherwise, looks are deceiving.  I am very happy with the debian 
 > distribution thus far and plan to stay with it as long as I possibly can.

comment all deb lines in sources.list and replace them with:

deb http://http.us.debian.org/debian woody main contrib non-free
deb http://non-us.debian.org/debian-non-US woody/non-US main contrib non-free

do it on your own risk. however testing works for me as a "semi-production"

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